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What is a Ball Python you ask?
Not too big, not too small, non venomous, a gentle disposition, and with the limitless colors and patterns being produced each year, it’s almost overwhelming trying to imagine what the diverse variations will be developed into.
We have been keeping Reptlies for over a decade now, and the Ball Python phenomenon has grown into a thriving industry.
Join me on the 14th of February for a Q & A on these fascinating snakes.
The presentation is about setting up a marine system and the different ways you can achieve it.
Clarification between Fish only systems, Fish with live rock and Full blown reef systems.
An introduction to the basics of the Nitrogen cycle which occurs in marine systems and how they differ from each of the systems mentioned above.
The New Guinea Rainbowfish Aquarium
by Ken Boorman
Ken, is originally from Australia, but is now living in Ontario, Canada with his new wife Lisa and their daughter Kathleen in Chatham. Ken has kept fish for more than 45 years, since he was 10. A good part of this time he has dedicated exclusively to collect, keep and breed Australia and New Guinea native fishes in his numerous home aquariums, these fish belonging to several families. He has been a member of the Australian New Guinea Fishes Association for many years and is currently the North American co-ordinator for that group. He is also president of the newly formed Chatham-Kent Aquarium Society and is active in CAOAC where he is presently 1st vice president. He will be familiar to many people as the person who operates Lisa’s Lair Bookstore. He is well-read on most aquarium and terrarium subjects. The title of Ken’s current talk is The New Guinea Rainbowfish Aquarium