Nuts and Bolts

This chapter concerns itself primarily with the practical aspects of incorporating an aquarium into the d├ęcor of a room in your home. The basic premise of the book is that the aquarium's primary function is decorative, as opposed to, say, reproductive, for breeding a certain species of fish. To retain the aquarium's decorative value over the long term requires planning. Unlike nonliving art, the aquarium is dynamic, always changing due to the growth, maturation, and, yes, death, of its inhabitants. Anticipating these changes and making allowances for them from the beginning will maximize your enjoyment long into the future.

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