How far is 100 - 150 km in miles?sorry I'm lazy to look it upMy guess your not near me.I'd help.but buy me a two way plane ticket and I'm there!
1 mile = 1.609344 kilometersHow far is 100 - 150 km in miles?sorry I'm lazy to look it upMy guess your not near me.I'd help.but buy me a two way plane ticket and I'm there!
You will need to have some water to keep things alive but I wouldn't use it when I arived at the new location.hi i am in uk !!! but in my home country we use metric system. its about 65-100 miles, rather closer to a 100. shall i go for it? I am checking the species they suppose to have and not sure all is compatible. would I need to transport the water as well? more i think about more mission impossible it appears to be....
If they don't have corals, you may want to ask about the lighting. If your goal is to have corals, lighting can be an expense you would need to prepare for.this set up was apparently done ca 2 years ago. can i use their rock?
Thanks for thatPS. circa (ca.) = about
Hi,im new to marine and i bought a 50l tank second hand off ebay and within 2 months i bought a brand new fluval osaka 155. Not just because i wanted a bigger tank but because i also wanted to start from scratch.I think you learn alot more because you get the experience and you will get much more enjoyment when you start from new as its good to see how everything matures, algae blooms, life appearing on live rock etc. Also when you start from scratch you can then pick what live rock you want and how you wan it to look. If you go with the second hand red sea then you have already got it fully stocked so you wont be able to add anything else to make it your own. Im so glad i set up a new tank its now about 3 and a half months old and is doing very well and is looking really good. Thats just my opinion anyway!could you tell me honestly what is better to start from scratch cycle the tank properly, get corals establish them and then get invertebs and fish. or to start like this a hassle for few days and then having in a sense someone else's tank set up. i am a bit overwhelmed by quantities, volume and a sheer number of things that possible can go wrong.
now I started with this I will have a marine tank. the question is how I am going to do it. sorry to bother you with my problems and hesitations. it s good to know some of you have done it before transporting whole set ups,moving everything.
because it is very likely I will be moving home next year anyway. I moved once a freshwater but it was just few miles apart and very simple tank.