Saltwater Aquariums PLR Autoresponder Email Series

Product Price: $5.95
SKU: 23785

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Part 1- Can You Handle A Saltwater Aquarium? – (325 Words)
Part 2- Choosing Fish For Your Saltwater Aquarium – (333 Words)
Part 3- Purchasing Your Saltwater Aquarium – (347 Words)
Part 4- Filling Your Saltwater Aquarium – (367 Words)
Part 5- Maintaining Your Saltwater Aquarium – (345 Words)

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Your have taken the time to carefully purchasing the right salt water aquarium and you have taken the time to choose the right fish to put into it.  There are many things that you need to do in order to get your tank full of the fish that you really would like to have in it.  It does not have to be too hard for you to do this, but you should realize that it is necessary to fill your tank slowly and give your fish the best opportunity that you can for them to survive and thrive in your salt water aquarium. 

First, start with healthy fish.  Take a look at them.  Do they look healthy?  Are they swimming around the tanks at the pet store easily?  Is the water in the tank clean?  You should be able to trust your pet store salesmen.  If you do not think that they know what they are talking about, head someplace else.  Some of these fish can be expensive!  Do not purchase fish that are not healthy for your tank.

Next, remember to only add fish one or two at a time.  You should insure that the right levels are met in your tank before you add the fish to it.  You should insure that the pH level, the salinity level and the water temperature are right for the fish that you have chosen.  You should realize that fish do not like the change either.  You need to let them adapt to their new environment before you add many fish to the aquarium.  Adding just a few fish every few days is the best thing for you to do.

Once you have your fish in the tank, make sure to feed them properly.  To do this, you will want to make sure that you know what the fish like to eat as well as how often they need to.  As a general rule, feed your fish every three days, keep them in water that is about 75 to 80 degrees and give them a variety of foods including cut up pieces of shrimp and romaine lettuce.

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