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As Jacques Yves Cousteau, one of the most involved French researchers of marine life once said, "The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish."

I am a proud member of Method's Aquarium Science Class.

When you first think of "Aquarium Science", the first thing that pops into your head may be fish and plants. But that isn't even a scratch of the surface of what Aquarium Science is and its potential.

Aquarium Science may require knowledge of different varieties of living things, nitrate, nitrites, ammonia, phosphates, and how a filter corresponds with the tank and how it crucial it is to the creation of an excellent tank, and most importantly, responsibility. For example, how can you take care if fish if you cannot even be entrusted with the responsibility of keeping it alive and well?

Not only is it a hobby, Aquarium Science is a CAREER! Caring for marine life is so much fun, from taking care of all the beautiful creatures to decorating your tank in your own unique way.

This is what Aquarium Science is all about. Just from being in Method's Classroom makes me feel so alive, as if I'm connected to the fish and plants.

In conclusion, the million dollar question would be...
What is Aquarium Science?

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Subscribe for more updates about this awesome class!

Also, check out Method's Tank Journal, it's awesome:
http://http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/12-tank-journals/961338-methods-classroom.html
 
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