I have just recently started work on a coral reef aquarium. It is not the first one that I have done, but it is obviously the most ambitious and it is going to require a lot of work and resources. I have already decided that I am going to get some designer clownfish and they shall be the main focus of the project. I have been wondering if it is hard to get and grow sea anemones. Of course that is something that you probably do not want to handle a lot, since they obviously have a serious sting. That would make the aquarium look a lot more like the real habitat of the clownfish. In fact I am not really sure what a sea anemone is or how hard it would be for you to maintain them. An ocean water aquarium is a great deal of work on it’s own and I am not really sure that I have done enough homework on the task yet.
You want to be up to speed before you jump in this sort of thing. There are a hundred ways that you can mess things up and the only way to be successful is to get all of the steps right. If you mess up on one small detail, that can be catastrophic. It is not something that you can just leap into without doing all of your homework and making a plan. Of course there is a good deal of money involved and it is very easy to end up losing every penny that you put in the project if you make a wrong step some place along the line. I want to do this, but I also do not want to end up wasting my money by not doing every thing the way it should be done.