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Old 07-04-2011, 04:46 AM   #51
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Saltwater is too expensive for me. I prefer freshwater.

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Old 07-04-2011, 05:56 AM   #52
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Likewise, I have tons of FW tanks, no SW ones. Can't justify the extra cost in stock and equipment, at least not for now, but who knows what the future holds.

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Both are great and I can hardly wait to start my first SW tank. But I have to say a FW planted tank is very flexable and if I decide I don't want a plant in one tank, I can pull it up and put in another tank or stick it in my holding tub till I want to use it again. I do the same thing with inverts and snails too, but I tend to leave my fish in the tanks setup for them.
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Both at wonderful but I would start off with freshwater
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Not even a question. Salt wins all the way. Fresh is cool but anyone can do it, i mean salt water takes much more research and work to maintain. The reefs are super cool and so are the fish
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I LOVE saltwater fish and corals, but what 13 year old has money to keep a reef? I have to go with freshwater.

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