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Choosing either a saltwater tank or a coral reef tank

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Choosing either a saltwater tank or a coral reef tank
Old 05-02-2009, 11:21 AM   #1
 
Choosing either a saltwater tank or a coral reef tank

I was wondering which would be easier to set up and maintain for a relative beginner. I have a 50g tropical tank and I would like to get a 50-55g saltwater tank. Obviously I would be fishless cycling it for a month first. I haven't even got the tank yet so its just research at the minute. So which tank would be easier and what fish would be easy as first fish?
Is this a good method for setting up and cycling or would you recommend something else?
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