Mr. Saltwater Tank Covers MACNA 2014 Part 1

MACNA is the premier tradeshow for the saltwater aquarium world and here’s part of what caught my eye

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Comments for this article (11)

  • Matt says:

    thanks for the video Mark

    Cuttlefish already sold out at the waiting list!

  • Simon K. says:

    It’s always exciting watching a new video from the one and only Mr. Saltwater Tank! Not everyone can make it to Macna and this is always a good way to learn about new and up and coming saltwater gear.

    Keep up the good work!

    Simon K.

  • Kevin says:

    Finaly a nice coverage of Macna.

    However i stil think the clownfishis ugly!

    But it’s a good thing less fish come from the ocean. Hopefully we’ll see tangs and other fish soon too.

  • Matt says:

    You complete swine… I was just getting into that good and proper and it finished! All I’m saying is that the next instalment better be at least an hour long! 😀

  • Laurie says:

    Hi Mark
    Another excellent video, but I can not say I like the long finned clown (reminds me of fin rot. but that’s just me) I have also been introduced to the Platinum clown and I am sorry to say that it doesn’t do anything for me either much prefer the Percula, maroon and tomato clowns.
    Please keep up the good work, and when are you going to reintroduce the Monday question and answer sessions, (miss them so much).

  • Jason says:

    Was that Francis Yupangco From Fish Tank Kings that was working the Fluval booth?

  • Kevin says:

    @Jason, yes i believe so.

  • Sean Wellman says:

    Yea, that price is way too much, bluezoo sells them for $25

  • Sean…the blue zoo ones are tank raised vs. captive bred. That means they came out of the ocean and then were matured in captivity. ReefGen’s cuttles are 100% captive bred and raised.

  • Bobby says:

    Did he tell you when the tanks will become available?

  • Bobby…the 6g should be available in April and the 12g in summer.

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