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Old 09-21-2011, 07:26 AM   #21
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Update....we have a total of three Kelloggi horses and we just picked up a male and female erectus. We think he is pregnant but not sure yet.
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Old 09-21-2011, 09:31 PM   #22
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Wow, this looks really good!
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Wow, this looks really good!
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Any tips for someone starting a sea horse tank, since this was your first too. Any thing you wish you did differently or glad you did the way you did. I want one so badly but am waiting for a bit more experience in the hobby.
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I am following a long with this thread!
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Any tips for someone starting a sea horse tank, since this was your first too. Any thing you wish you did differently or glad you did the way you did. I want one so badly but am waiting for a bit more experience in the hobby.
I would say to try your hand with a basic fowlr setup first, learn the ins and outs of the sw world (nitrogen cycle, parameters and their meanings, what causes their fluctuations, etc) then move onto the seahorse tank
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