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yellowboxfish

Marine Habitat Magazine Issue 7

This issue has got to be the best so far, especially for three reef face members, more later, on offer this issue is what could be a really inspiring series on native marines and how underestimated they are, At the beginning was the now accustomed introduction with Andy & Dave who also introduced a new fish show from olympia,there were some great Q's & A's which featured filters and dsbs as well as problematic algaes and bleaching corals great questions but really good detailed answers, in fact the answers were like a feature on thier own, there was a feature on MACNA which stands for the Marine Aquarium Conference of North America.

The now regular myth busting feature this issue was on water clarity and how it could improve your aquarium, i could go on about all the things in the mag like the competition to win a complete marine set up of tank, filter stand and lighting and the article on urchins but they are best read from the magazine itself along with the articles on fragging corals.

Well i suppose you were wondering why this issue was the best for 3 reef face members, well wonder no more, this issue, no 7 is the first if the new TOP TANKS features featuring 3 of reef face's best tanks, in this issue were issac's,grimo's and narcosis's tanks, this is the first of a series of 6 features and is sposored by The Aqurium at Cockfields, who are giving a prize of a £30 frag to the best tank each issue so not only do you get your pride and joy published in a major magazine, which is a great prize, but you get a prize of a frag to add to it.

to sum up any one who doesn't get the magazine yet is missing out on what is the best marine magazine around already and at £22.50 a year, it not going to break the bank, you can get your subscription from http://www.marinehab...w/subscriptions and were it ask's were did you hear about us type reef face 1234, or as of the next issue 8 March/April, you will be able to get it from W H Smith's if you are unsure wether you want ot commit to a subscription, so come folks grab yourself a copy and suport reef face and you will be helping to marine conservation as 5p of each mag bought goes towards marine conservation.

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