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  1. Hi guys thought I would share this YouTube video of a male seahorse giving birth. Ben
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  3. hi all, i've been into freshwater (mostly cichlids) for just over a year now, but i've always wanted a salt water tank, now i currently have 3 tanks, 3x2x2 on an open stand with base, 4x18x18 open stand and a 4x18x18 thats sitting on a large credenza with about 1ft each side of the tank, underneath has 2 sliding doors each side with storage space underneath. im seriously considering converting the last tank with credenza into a sw set up, putting sump, chiller etc underneath. what i would like in the tank (if possible) would be a couple of nemos, a seahorse or two, a couple of starfish and a fair few anemonies that the nemos swim through etc, i know i need a lot of live rock and t5's/metal halides/leds. the problem i have is with sumps, bulkheads (wtf are they?), weirs, an making sure my house (rental) wont flood in a power out! i would even know where to start when it come to drilling my tank, plumbing and designing a sump etc, so any detailed help people are willing to part with would be muchly appreciated! i intend in using decent quality equipment and am in no hurry to get tgis tank up and running, id rather wait till i can offord to buy a decent bitof equipment rather than replacing something crap a few weeks into it. thanks for the help
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