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Albert Thiel Releases a New Comprehensive Guide to Nano Reef Aquariums

Submitted by on June 15, 2013 – 8:56 amNo Comment |

book_nanoreef_albertThe reef aquarium hobby has changed a great deal over the last few years and Albert Thiel’s new book, titled ‘Nano-Reef Aquariums’ provides a much needed and updated tool on how to maintain small reef aquariums.

The book provides colour pictures and information on all parts of the nano-reef keeping hobby, including a large range of life forms that can exist in a nano-reef aquarium; corals, invertebrates, fish and more. The book also includes information on existing and new filtration methods, UV sterilisation, lighting, supplements and more.

Majestic Aquariums’ renowned owner and aquarist Paul Talbot shares why nano-reef aquariums are so popular: “A nano aquarium is a small aquarium designed to have the look and feel of a much larger one, kind of like a bonsai. They are perfect for beginners because they give the keeper a taste of reef keeping without the price tag. Due to their small size they are very affordable so the principles of reef care can be learnt without risking the amount of stock kept in a larger system. A general rule is that the larger the body of water the easier the tank will be to keep, so with the help of Albert Thiel’s new book, anyone can master nano-reef keeping and will then be prepared to keep any size reef tank.”

Nano reef tanks require the minimal necessities to set up and can be purchased at an affordable price from the Majestic Aquariums website. All that is needed to get started is a filter, light, heater, coral sand, cured live rock and prepared saltwater.

For more information on what is required to keep a nano reef aquarium visit the Majestic Aquariums website to purchase a signed copy of Albert Thiel’s new book: http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au/dvd-books/marine-books/nano-reef-aquariums-albert-j-thiel

Source : PRweb

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