FAQs

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Can I get a “Nemo” theme tank?

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To put together a “Nemo” theme salt water aquarium, there should be the right environment for the fish. It all depends on the size of the tank which should be at least 75 gallons, how much space you have for the tank and how much money you want to spend.

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How many fish can I put in my aquarium?

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It all depends on the size of the tank, what kind of fish you want to put in your tank and how big the fish are.

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What can I put in a ”fish only with live rock” (FOWLR) tank?

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Fish only with live rock or “FOWLR” aquariums contain fish and live rock, but no living corals or invertebrates that the fish will eat. Invertebrates that can be part of a FOWLR aquarium include crabs, urchins, snails, and sea stars. A FOWLR aquarium advantage over a fish-only aquarium is that the live rock in a FOWLR tank adds biological filtration. In addition, FOWLR setups are typically less expensive and somewhat easier to keep than aquariums with corals.

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How much will my salt water tank weight?

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A salt water aquarium weighs approximately 8 pounds per gallon, including rock, sand and equipment.

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How much will it cost me to get my salt water aquarium up and running?

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Salt water aquariums cost roughly $30 a gallon to get them up and running.