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An interior spread of The Salt Smart Guide to Preventing, Diagnosing, and Treating Diseases of Marine Fishes

An interior spread of The Salt Smart Guide to Preventing, Diagnosing, and Treating Diseases of Marine Fishes

Since we released The Salt Smart Guide to Preventing, Diagnosing, and Treating Diseases of Marine Fishes eBook earlier this year, the support from readers has been unequivocally positive. But, what’s the one thing that’s been requested many times since then? A print version – so folks could add it into their aquarium library!

It’s totally understandable, Jeff and I had both toyed with the idea of adding a tangible version onto our respective aquarium collection shelves, too. In this extremely digital age, there’s still something very fulfilling about flipping open a great aquarium book while doing research or passing the time on a rainy afternoon.

Today we’re happy to announce the print version of The Salt Smart Guide to Preventing, Diagnosing, Treating Diseases of Marine Fishes is now available! The beautifully printed, full color, 194 page book is jam-packed with the same great content as the eBook and is delivered right to your door from our printer. You can learn more about the book and purchase it here: http://www.saltwatersmarts.com/marine-fish-disease-guide/

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As a thank you to our readers who are among the first to purchase the print version, use discount code U6GNSK2K to save $5 at checkout. This code will remain active until Friday, August 7 at 5pm EDT.

Buy The Salt Smart Guide to Preventing, Diagnosing, and Treating Diseases of Marine Fishes book

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About "Caribbean Chris" Aldrich

"Caribbean Chris" Aldrich is co-founder and Director of Saltwater Smarts, an avid SCUBA diver, and contributor to a live rock mariculture project in the Florida Keys. He has been an aquarium hobbyist for 20 years and his current aquarium is a 127-gallon Carib reef biotope.

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