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Thursday, October 23, 2008

A Deeper Blue Sea in that same HDB!

I'm back! and I'm going to build a new aquarium and this time it is going to be (3.5 feet long) x (13 inches wide) x (2 feet in height of visible swimming area). It will no longer be in my room because I've finally convinced my folks to have it in the living room as a sort of divider between the dining and the living area! Cheers!

Production Schedule
3-9 Nov: Finalize design with tank maker
10-19 Nov: Delivery and intsallation of tank
20 Nov: Cycling process begins + optimization
8 Dec: First fish
20 Dec: Open house!

Check back! The adventure will begin soon!

Friday, May 25, 2007

Last Days

Fish, corals and rocks are all gone. Equipment sales are pending now. It was really sad to let San Francisco, Bala, Mr. Ms. Mo, Dr. Shrimp and Mr. Sexy go. Do you think they feel it? It seems like I saw some soulfulness in their eyes when I fed them for the last time. It's really sad.

Thursday, April 26, 2007

My Dearest...

Someone commented that I speak of my fishies too dearly. Too dearly for a man at least. What the heck? All I can say to that person, don't ever try keeping fishies let alone a reef ecology aquarium. You'd never succeed.

The Deep Blue Sea is closing soon. Sadly.

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Who's who?

San Francisco, Ms. Mo , Bala and Dr. Shrimp! Go figure who's who. That red coral at the top, is called a rose brain. It's not mine, just a temporary resident in the deep blue sea.

Friday, April 13, 2007

Big Boy

This is San Francisco, showing a bit of attitude here with that tilted cheek and pouty lips. The most dominant fish in the deep blue sea.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Mr. and Ms. Mo

Mr. and Ms. Mo has been the longest inhabitants of the deep blue sea. They look pretty sad here, a little discolored. The discoloration is proabably because of age, secondly they don't have a host anemone. Clowns with anemones look healthier. One of the ways to tell if your clowns are happy is to watch for those fins just beneath its chin. If they're fully extended and the clowns swim about with those fins hanging, its a good sign. Else if they're tucked in, then something is wrong. In this case, their fins are tucked in but that's because the water current in this part of the tank is strong and hence they retract those fins to streamline themselves to fight the current.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

What's up on wiki?

Sorry guys, no updates. I've been so busy and sad news, the deep blue sea might be closing because of a change in the course of my life. Anyway, see anything familar? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_aquariums