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  1. Thread: Favorite Pet?

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    See? That's what I'm talking about!...

    See? That's what I'm talking about! :hmm3grin2orange:
  2. Thread: Favorite Pet?

    by Lindsey
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    I've always been a very big guinea pig person. ...

    I've always been a very big guinea pig person.

    http://imagemacros.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/havoc_guinea_pig.jpg

    I don't really think I need to add more...

    Although if I could, I would...
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    Mine do it too. If nothing else it's an incentive...

    Mine do it too. If nothing else it's an incentive to do more water changes, since I'm rarely around at night to see them swim normally!
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    He's beautiful! Look at that head!!

    He's beautiful! Look at that head!!
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    I would second the above suggestion of ember...

    I would second the above suggestion of ember tetras.. They're small even for tetras and would fit the dimensions of a hex pretty well. Not to mention they're really pretty for being such low-key...
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    Alright, thanks for the input everyone, I really...

    Alright, thanks for the input everyone, I really appreciate it. The community fish are going into one big bag together, and the betta will be either in his own large bag or a separate container...
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    3 black tetras, 3 glofish, 3 kuhli loaches and 2...

    3 black tetras, 3 glofish, 3 kuhli loaches and 2 raphael catfish. It's a huge pondfish-sized bag built for holding fullgrown koi, and they'd be in the bag for 3-4 hours tops, probably less.
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    Moving a community with a betta..

    I'm moving my tank to college this week and I'm not sure how to do this... I've never had problems personally with aggression but it seems a lot of people do. Would it be safe enough to move all my...
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    The main thing you'd be worrying about is...

    The main thing you'd be worrying about is flystrike, which like Sarkazmo said, shouldn't be a problem as long as you're dealing with houseflies and not bottle flies. Just clean more often and more...
  10. Thread: Poor turtle

    by Lindsey
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    Additionally, they require UVB lighting, very...

    Additionally, they require UVB lighting, very frequent partial water changes, monstrous amounts of filtration, and an enormous tank, in addition to a varied omnivorous diet with calcium and vitamin...
  11. Thread: On the logo

    by Lindsey
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    All I know is that he's big and scary, and most...

    All I know is that he's big and scary, and most definitely badass.
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    A 75g would be awesome for some fancy goldfish.....

    A 75g would be awesome for some fancy goldfish.. oranda, fantails, pearlscales and the like. Koi are probably the biggest variety of goldfish around, and they get too big for most tanks.. comets...
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    I had a guy come in once and buy a massive dog...

    I had a guy come in once and buy a massive dog crate and every guinea pig we had, which seemed weird to start with, and then one of the cashiers informed me that he'd been in before with a taste for...
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    The wider siphon part is designed to lift up an...

    The wider siphon part is designed to lift up an entire portion of gravel to get the cleaning done more thoroughly, but also has less water pressure so that no gravel gets sucked up. With sand you...
  15. I'm not a saltwater person, but I was under the...

    I'm not a saltwater person, but I was under the impression that there aren't many commonly available saltwater plants.. I've never seen a planted saltwater tank, and I've never seen live marine...
  16. Thread: Laptops

    by Lindsey
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    I'm looking at the same HP desktop replacement...

    I'm looking at the same HP desktop replacement you linked, and it seems like an all-around good computer. I need a laptop for college so this obviously isn't the best option as for portability, but I...
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    Boosters help colonize your beneficial bacteria...

    Boosters help colonize your beneficial bacteria and most of them contain something to detoxify ammonia and nitrite to help your fish survive a cycle. I cycled with fish using Stress Zyme and would...
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    Yeah, instead of digging the vacuum into the...

    Yeah, instead of digging the vacuum into the substrate like you would with gravel, just hover the siphon tube above it. It should suck up detritus and leave the sand behind. On that note, you should...
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    I dunno if it was a Tronic but the last Hagen...

    I dunno if it was a Tronic but the last Hagen heater I had ended up overheating and melting the suction cups. The heater itself didn't break, but needless to say, I returned it for a new one.
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    If it helps, we keep them at the petstore with...

    If it helps, we keep them at the petstore with other community fish like tetras and they do well together. It's been about 2 years and I've never seen one acting like a bully. I know a petstore isn't...
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    That sucks, sorry you lost the other 2. I lost a...

    That sucks, sorry you lost the other 2. I lost a member of my group a few weeks back and seemingly for no reason, so maybe kuhlis are more susceptible to stress. At least you've still got one that...
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    Nice, I like the driftwood formations.

    Nice, I like the driftwood formations.
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    As a general rule, one 1" fish per gallon of...

    As a general rule, one 1" fish per gallon of water, so up to ten guppies. Breeding may prove to overcrowd your tank if you keep all the babies alive and don't have a place to move them to.
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    I feel like I'm watching an episode of South Park!

    I feel like I'm watching an episode of South Park!
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    Animal Planet has some great how-to books for...

    Animal Planet has some great how-to books for beginners. I'm not a saltwater person at all, but I've been taking these books with me on break at work and reading them to educate myself, and despite...
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