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Old 09/18/2021, 09:38 AM   #11026
JohnnnBright
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Hello, I'm John. Yesterday I had my first dive in Egypt, Dahab. I Dived to a depth of 4 meters with an instructor. I really liked it, I think I found a new hobie. I'm thinking of going to a diving school right now.


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Old 09/18/2021, 11:07 PM   #11027
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I look forward to reading the forums again and learning what I need to do better than I did in the past. It's exciting!
You'll find a lot more natural approaches now.

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The mandarin will be the challenge. If the seller can show you that they eat frozen, then they might be ok.

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Hello, I'm John. Yesterday I had my first dive in Egypt, Dahab
Would be great if you had pics of that local reef.


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Old 09/19/2021, 05:15 AM   #11028
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Would be great if you had pics of that local reef.
Sure, here are some photos:





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Old 09/19/2021, 05:16 AM   #11029
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Oh, how can I post here photos?


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Old 09/23/2021, 10:22 PM   #11030
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Not sure if this was the right place to comment.

I'm Nathan. I've been into freshwater fish/breeding for a few years now. Only recently dipped my toe into a marine setup, to keep peacock mantis shrimp. My tank is basic at the moment, but in the near future I should hopefully have something kinda decent going.


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Old 10/06/2021, 01:59 PM   #11031
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For photos you Go Advanced, then scroll down and Manage Attachments


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Old 10/24/2021, 08:46 AM   #11032
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Hi, From Washington State
About to start saltwater Aquarium. I decided to start reefing because as I go along I would to like to know Zoas and different kind of saltwater fish. My favorite fish so far is clown fish.

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Old 10/25/2021, 05:26 AM   #11033
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About to start saltwater Aquarium. I decided to start reefing because as I go along I would to like to know Zoas and different kind of saltwater fish. My favorite fish so far is clown fish.

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Old 11/15/2021, 03:58 PM   #11034
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My 2nd Post

Hi All
Peter here.
I actually joined in 2004 when I was helping a friend with his 4ft tank.
I hope I retained some knowledge.
Finally got my own tank after 17 years.
Minireef 120 Now on day 4


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