Also in the early days in JB i had no idea where to find the pet shops that sold fish never mind salt water marine fish, but like everything else, chatting to other people you find out and one thing leads to another and before long I found about 5 that sell reef fish and live rocks.
So then I had to decide the size of the tanks and the location of them,(for easy access to the pipes and filtration systems I would need to install.)
All worked out well and this is the tank all set up.
|Reef Tank in Full bloom|
Tropical Fish Tanks.
Tropical fish are much easier to keep than the salt water fish but non the less you still have to work at it to keep the tanks looking at their best at all times, and this mean lots of cleaning scraping of the glass on the inside, changing filtration media etc, and the feeding of the many different fish.
In this tropical tank you can see chiclids, lizard fish, behind the rocks are catfish, ghost fish, etc.
This is another of my tropical tanks, taken from side corner angle, lots of small fish inhere but not showing on picture, guppy's etc catfish small chic-lid,
These are three of my favourite fish, but the tank is to small now and this weekend i shall be installing much bigger tank around 40gal from the present 20 gal, this will enable the fish to grow,
To Buy Marine fish in Johor Bahru the shop I get mine from is called Coral Aquarium in Skudai.
see map: I have done below, also in same area are many more fish and pet shops
If you take your starting point from the sutera shopping mall you will find it easy,
address is Jalan Pahlawan 1, Taman Tun Aminah, Skudai, 81300, Johor Bahru, Johor
Other pet/fish shops can be found here, Jalan Pahlawan 2, Taman Tun Aminah, Skudai, 81300, Johor Bahru, Johor
If your are thinking of having fish, and need some information then just leave comment and try to help you.
The New Marine Aquarium: Step-By-Step Setup & Stocking Guide
Saltwater Aquariums For Dummies
Saltwater Master Test Kit
some more information from around the webs and blogs,
Image by KateMonkey via Flickr
|Sea Horses not recommended for home tanks|