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Not a "how to" video. Disliked.
He is hot!
Thanks for the info on the easiest saltwater fish to maintain. I'm glad you didn't say the Yellow Tang fish because I never could keep them more than a couple of months before they deteriorated and died. Never knew why.
great tips…thanks…we have a 70 gallon reef….
Sailfintangs are the most hardy in my opinion and the pygmi angle and bicolor angle r easy but over all the fish he talked about are hardy
lol this guy is stupid groupers get up to 2 feet most people dont have a 500 gallon+ aquarium eels are also extremely hard to keep because they dont tolerate medication well ugh people like this ruin the hobby for new people
DONT GET DAMSELS THEY ARE AGGRESSIVE and make sure you research the fish you want especially the tank size they need
maybe easy but a pain in the butt when they get bigger the three line four line damsel not a good idea, this also includes the domino
Why don't they show us pictures or videos of the fish !!! I can't memorize all the fish and just look it up
I want two Nemos and a Dori. But I'd call the clownfish Betty and Veronica and the Dori fish would be Big Ethel.
Clown Fish… A buddy of mine was a horrible person and totally abandoned his bio-cube (unplugged and no lights, fed them like 2 times a week.) for like 13 months. Half of the water evaporated and the only thing living were worms and the clown fish. I took them and put them in my tank, and they were doing back flips out of my tank from happiness..
Some Butterflies are OK for beginners.
Cool video. Thanks for the advice.
more than half of the fish you've mentioned are not reef safe,,, more for a predatory fish tank, your thinking???
Lionfish are nearly impossible to keep. One of my friends went through 4 in a year, and it wasn't his tank because all his other fish were living fine.
I got my grouper and my puffer when they were babies. The grouper grew large and ate t he puffer whole. It is not true that raising fish together will make them live together happily. Eventually one fish will grow bigger and will attempt to eat or fight with the smaller fish.
Good video sensible info
What is the name of the fish shown right after the clown fish at 0:32
Groupers, lionfish, according to this video are the easy fish to keep? Groupers, although hardy and tolerant to water conditions, quickly outgrow tank-mates and may potentially consume them. Lionfish are venomous, and have a generally hostile attitude and are territorial towards other reef fish. I know he talks a-lot about balancing the fish species to avoid aggression, but dang, as a video targeted towards beginner salt-water aquarists I am a bit disappointed.
lionfish with small fish? go watch a video of a lionfish eating and then you will realize this vid is total BS
._. are you crazy? while they might be harder, they aren't really easy to keep compared to other fish, one reason being their fins are poisonous and because of how big they are, you need a big enough tank for them, most people who are going to look for easy to care for fish will get ones that are smaller and hardy, such as the clownfish, for a smaller tank, most people aren't going to start out with a 100 gallon tank
Nice! My passion check out my tank ! I just started it
What type of food combinations do you recommend for these fish,Because if you only feed them meat, they start getting holes in the head?
I think this video is mislabeled… All the fish hes listed are not necessarily easier to care for, they are just less sensitive to parameter changes and dirty water. My biggest mistake taking care of triggers was feeding them. They need to be fed multiple times a day with real nutrition. When keeping multiple triggers one can snap and take out your livestock at any time though unlikely.
Dwarf angles are really easy to keep!
The second he called it a 'nemo' clownfish I closed the video
i have a giant oscar living peacfully with a bunch of black convicts and their babys XD so wierd
Hey man great video but you should have pointed out how incredibly dangorus loin fish are!
The only fish that is actually somewhat easy that to keep that you mentioned is a clownfish
Does this guy even keep saltwater?
Groupers might be easy to keep but they need lots of space, so do large wrasses and eels.
everybody in the comments doesn't understand that its not about the tank size or the temperament but the easiest to keep. and most of these fish are hardy and will eat any thing just they're big
I highly recommend people get lion fish because they will always accept food but this is more for people with some fish experience but if you want a fun fish get a lion fish.
For those of you who are saying that these are bad starter saltwater fish this video was talking about easiest saltwater fish to keep not best saltwater fish for beginners
Oh yeah bro, get a lion fish and a grouper!!! Nano tank ready!! Clown
Please consider how you are supporting the murder of fish and habitat by keeping saltwater fish.This is akin to ivory trade! Think where your fish come from.. please!
All of those first like five fish where the worst possible fish to ever keep
Why is a yellow tang in the thumbnail that's not true
I'm getting a damsil because I only want one fish
Damsel fish are very aggressive don't get them
these are the easiest ones to keep, not nessecarilly the best beginner fish because some need huge tanks or are very agressive
groupers…..yeah perfect for beginners
So much false horrible info
Maybe show photos or videos of the fish species you are talking about so we can see what they look like…. rather than showing off yourself for the camera! Idiot.
I currently have a juvie Melanurus Wrasse, A Diamond Watchman Goby and a Captive Bred Pajama Cardinalfish in my 90. I have a Yellow Tang and Coral Beauty Dwarf Angel in Quarantine and a Leopard Wrasse on order. The Leopard Wrasse will be the challenge of the bunch but should be a cool tank when all is said and done. I have some vids of all but the Leopard Wrasse.
I do agree with this person, triggers, and lionfish are NOT good starters
This guy is a flipping idiot.
I’m getting a big tank and want a clown trigger but I also want many other triggers with it not saying I’m going to get 2 clown triggers but I want a clown and a blue jaw trigger(all the ones I get will be babies) but would they be fine together the fish store I go to has them together but by the time I have the tank it will probably be a different clown and blue jaw but they have the same body shape so will they fight I have another tank for the clown if he decides to be mean
do salt water have allergy growth
I have a question what fish can I keep with a seahorse I want to get a saltwater aquarium around 75gal so what can i keep with it
I only agree with a triggerfish because they are very hardy
So, I have 30L tank, and I’d like to keep yellow wrasse. How many could I keep and do I need to put something else with them?
Scooterblenny also great beginner
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