Two months ago, I setup a small salt water aquarium(15 inches),,First two clownfish can last for one month, then I bought new two, last for one week ..bought two again.. for three days..I went to the shop and test the water parameter, everything OK..May be because of acclimation process... I really don't know why..now, onlyleft with one coral...I surrendered..give up.. :(Luckily, I have taken some photos of my nemo..They are really cute. right? Like cartoon.. continue reading
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Hey all, thought I would share some information on clownfishes, a group of fish enormously popularized by the movie "Finding Nemo". Well, first for some of their biology. They are in the family Pomacentridae (commonly known as damselfishes) and are found in the tropical western Pacific and Indian oceans. There are many different species of clownfish, and the places where you find the most species (and thus some of the best places to photograph them) is in the coral reefs of Indonesia and the Philippines.... continue reading
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