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Twelve Steps to Effective Ongoing Employee Training Most pet store owners have an overwhelming number of titles and positions to handle; but training employees is by far one of the most difficult tasks. Owners and managers make great efforts to complete their normal...
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Reef Refugium Reef Refugium Because of its many benefits to a saltwater or reef aquarium a refugium makes a great addition. Like inlets and saltwater marshes, modern refugiums house, microorganisms, and macro algae nestled on a deep sand and/or mud bed, with live rock. A refugium can be as simple as a glass aquarium or...
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