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WHAT TEMPERATURE SHOULD A MARINE TANK BE? #1
Hi Folks,
What is the ideal tempertaure for a marine tank?
Our tank will have some inverts and fish??
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Re: WHAT TEMPERATURE SHOULD A MARINE TANK BE? #2
Hiya. The temperature in a marine tank should be around 74-80 degrees farenheit. It depends slightly on what your keeping and where the animal originates from because some fish/ inverts like slightly different temperatures depending on which sea they are from, but as a rough guide i would say 74-80. Hope that helps.
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Re: WHAT TEMPERATURE SHOULD A MARINE TANK BE? #3
I've been told buy proffesionals that it should be quite cool not 80 degrees f but something like 72
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Re: WHAT TEMPERATURE SHOULD A MARINE TANK BE? #4
Here is some information I found for you all to read

http://www.thetipsbank.com/marine.htm
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Re: WHAT TEMPERATURE SHOULD A MARINE TANK BE? #5
cheers folks.