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    haha that was a funny article, but i kind of...

    haha that was a funny article, but i kind of doubt the claim of "It was an eel over 6 feet long, weighing close to 100 pounds." because of the way the guy's holding it in the picture. Seems more like...
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    1) My airstone didn't kick up sand, but it...

    1) My airstone didn't kick up sand, but it eventually made a little crater in the sand where it sat
    2) Don't know
    3) This gives you an idea of some of the prices/sizes. Don't know if it's cheap...
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    Do a google search for vivariums...you'll find...

    Do a google search for vivariums...you'll find some that have water features. I think that is what you are looking for. Here's a build (http://badmanstropicalfish.com/vivarium/vivarium.html) but no...
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    Check out NANFA...North American Native Fishes...

    Check out NANFA...North American Native Fishes Association. They have a forum and great article base on native fish for ponds and aquariums. It's really a great read for anybody interested.
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    Shrimp are opportunistic. They'll grab what they...

    Shrimp are opportunistic. They'll grab what they can, when they can.

    I saw mine munch on algae occasionally...but they eventually learned that during feeding time, they could swim up to the...
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    As the others have said, the gravel will...

    As the others have said, the gravel will eventually work its way up to the top and show itself lol. When I had sand I went around stirring it up occasionally to keep gas pockets from forming.

    My...
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    Yeah it'll take a few weeks to get it out, and it...

    Yeah it'll take a few weeks to get it out, and it depends on the wood and water changes etc. Personally, i really liked the look of tannins in the water.
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    Yeah, you might have a lot of grunge that's just...

    Yeah, you might have a lot of grunge that's just collected on the filter media. Next time you siphon out water from your tank, you could take the filter media out and rinse it out in the tank water...
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    I would cycle it for shrimp. As for a filter,...

    I would cycle it for shrimp.

    As for a filter, maybe you could try a homemade air pump driven filter? I remember seeing a link somewhere a while back about one. Basically all it is is an airstone...
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    Other hobbies for me would be...fishing, biking,...

    Other hobbies for me would be...fishing, biking, running, RC cars (hopefully helicopters soon too), and computers. Sadly none of my fishtanks are running right now since I tore most of them down...
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    Fishing! Went Friday evening, saturday morning,...

    Fishing! Went Friday evening, saturday morning, and sunday evening. Going to go again this evening haha. Fish on the conestoga river in southern ontario :D
  12. Thread: 10G Setup

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    Amazon swords and java moss are easy to grow and...

    Amazon swords and java moss are easy to grow and don't need hi-tech stuff. But the amazon sword plants will get WAY too big for a 10 gallon if that's the size tank you'll be buying. Also if it is a...
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    haha all the stuff was on my desk; my room is...

    haha all the stuff was on my desk; my room is definitely not kid friendly (random computer parts, RC car stuff, aquarium bits, etc.) Thankfully they didn't toss my wallet in as well. I did do a 50%...
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    Objects in my tank

    Hi and hope you guys had a great christmas!!

    Anyways, for the past three days we had a bunch of relatives over and there were lots of little kids. Well I've found a hole puncher, a sew-on badge,...
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    I would be inclined to think it's two males...

    I would be inclined to think it's two males displaying to each other to show who's boss....but really, I don't know:D
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    A suggestion though: you could order your...

    A suggestion though: you could order your liverock online. It can be cheaper.

    Another suggestion: you could get a bunch of deadrock to lay down as your base layer, and then a little liverock...
  17. I agree with what's been said so far. Actually, I...

    I agree with what's been said so far. Actually, I kinda liked the tannins as they leached out into the tank. It was cool - unfortunately it doesn't last as regular water changes clear it up and the...
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    As shockshockshad said, tetras are not very...

    As shockshockshad said, tetras are not very hardy. If i were to do a fishy cycle, (which I don't plan on doing again), I would use danios. They're quite hardy fish but you'll need to have a small...
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    I buy some of my fish from the local petcetera....

    I buy some of my fish from the local petcetera. Here, at least, they're tanks are decent, not too bad. But their selection isn't so hot. Their prices are also cheaper than the lfs on certain fish,...
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    Even if the sand comes from a petstore, it could...

    Even if the sand comes from a petstore, it could be wrong type for your aquarium. If it's marine sand it is meant to have a buffering ability and will raise your pH. So I'd check the type of sand it...
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    ooo a 55 gallon, nice! I'd like to set up a nice...

    ooo a 55 gallon, nice! I'd like to set up a nice sized freshwater tank with lots of little fish someday. You should be able to put quite a few more community fish in that tank. Also they'll help keep...
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    Firstly, I would never have cycled with Tetras,...

    Firstly, I would never have cycled with Tetras, but that's just me. Anyways, you say that you did water changes during cycling whenever the ammonia level hit 1ppm. But you make no mention of your...
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    Happy Birthday! Hope you have a good one

    Happy Birthday! Hope you have a good one
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    Looks nice! That first image has a nasty yellow...

    Looks nice! That first image has a nasty yellow hue hahaha. I picked up a timer for sale at 7 dollars from canadian tire a little while ago for my freshwater planted tank; it's digital too. On my...
  25. Thread: New to killies

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    I'm not sure...but I would think that the males...

    I'm not sure...but I would think that the males would be more colourful while the females would be more olive-brown coloured. This would vary from species to species too probably. As a side note...
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