Tip of the Day – 7/12/2011

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Saving fish from a terrible local fish store may seem like the humane thing to do at the time, but doing so only promotes the terrible conditions that persist at the store. If you purchase a sick and dying fish, the store looks at it as they are successfully selling their product, despite what the reality of the situation. And instead of investing the time and money into making the store better for its customers and livestock to promote sales, the store will continue to skate by on bad practices because they are still making a buck.

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  • JonathanPeyton

    Good point hadn’t thought of it that way!

  • Gary L. Parr

    Brandon, Can’t figure out how to e-mail you, so I’ll post here. We discussed this and a couple of other things from AquaNerd in this week’s Reef Threads podcast. You can hear it at http://www.reefthreads.com.
    Gary

    • hey gary, i did see those and appreciate you sharing them on reefthreads. if you ever need anything from us just let me know. my email address is admin at aquanerd dot com if you ever need to get in touch.