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SeaQuest - best to wait awhile

Discussion in 'General Reefkeeping Discussion' started by Fourthwind, Jun 4, 2018.

  1. Fourthwind

    Fourthwind Amphipod M.A.S.C Club Member

    Took the family there. While I believe it has some potential as a minor attraction, I have doubts as to the quality of their marine help. All the aquatic features need serious help. Lots of stressed animals. Open displays had massive amounts of floating food and clouded water. Nems in new tanks. One tank. My guess to be about 40 gallons, had 4 pairs of clowns of different species with about 5 LTA's and a sweetlips. Wonder if they know it's not a true clownfish? Seriously.. I would wait a few months before checking it out. Pic is going to be their "reef tank". Maybe 125 or 150 gallons. Rock is still stark white. IMG_20180604_122345.jpg

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  2. rmougey

    rmougey Cuttle Fish M.A.S.C Club Member

    The sad part is that if this facility is like any of their other locations, it would be best to not spend your dollars there. I'll remain hopeful, but doubt that they will be successful long term with their marine tanks. I hope to be proven wrong.

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