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Old 11-26-2011, 01:01 PM   #1
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It all started a when my daughter wanted a fish. Just grab a Betta put it in a vase and all will be fine. Well the Betta has ended up in a 10g planted never in a vase, then I started 2 29g planted one of which I converted/converting to salt. Really enjoy the aquariums and it plays well into the fact that I am a research junkie.
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Old 11-27-2011, 11:26 AM   #2
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It is great that you do research, as that is the key to success in this hobby. This is a great place to research too, there is a lot of informative information on here!
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Thanks! It is nice to be part of this group.

As far as the research goes I love to find the answer to a question and will spend an infinite amount of time looking for it. Oddly enough the one true answer that I have found when it comes to aquariums is that there are a lot of personal opinions and experiences. I really would love solid answers and facts.
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