Saltwater Aquarium Basics
Drs. Foster & Smith Educational Staff

Saltwater Aquarium Basics Nano Cube Aquarium Kit
Fun, fascinating saltwater aquariums make a great hobby for the whole family. Thanks to recent innovation and increased knowledge about the care of captive marine fish and invertebrates, keeping a saltwater aquarium is easier than ever. If you're looking to set up a saltwater aquarium, consider an all-inclusive
aquarium package that contains the equipment you need for a successful start.

First, choose the size of aquarium you wish to install. When selecting aquarium size, consider the following: the needs of the species of fish you wish to raise, the space and weight of the aquarium, and the associated financial responsibility. Clownfish, for example, require a minimum of a 30-gallon aquarium, which must be placed on a stable, strong surface.

Selecting the Right Saltwater Aquarium Makes All The Difference
Whether you're looking to set up a 30-gallon aquarium for a Clownfish and symbiotic anemone or a 90-gallon reef aquarium, you can boost your chances for success from the start by selecting the right aquarium kit. Always research the needs of your desired aquaria inhabitants before selecting an aquarium, then make sure you have the space and resources necessary to maintain the appropriately sized aquarium and keep your aquaria inhabitants healthy and happy.

All-inclusive saltwater aquarium systems are great for beginners, as they take the guesswork out of purchasing the aquarium (and often the essential related equipment). Drs. Foster & Smith Aquatic Specialists have personally tested these systems using stringent guidelines to ensure ease of use and successful performance with saltwater species.