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My husband always been into salt water aquariums for years. salt water aquariums are a lot to take care of. Balancing the water conditions if not right can kill your fish. Then some fish grow a lot bigger a lot faster and they want to eat their mates in the aquarium. Three years ago we started out with a one inch bat fish with five other fish in the aquarium now the bat fish is twelve inches and there's only one other fish in the aquarium and that's because the other fish is faster than him and has teeth that the bat fish leaves him alone.