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    Default Sand Pit for Loaches


    0 Not allowed!
    Just bought 3 yo-yo loaches (Will be getting 3 more soon ) .
    Now I know they like to burrow and I have black Eco-complete substrate. Which to me is kinda sharp so I want to make them a sand pit with play sand I got from Home Depot. Any experience with this or advice?
    Should I keep the sand in a seperate container or I've seen people make one end of their tank sand but i dont know what black substrate tailing off into sand would look like.

    Thoughts?

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    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by LOLOguppy
    Just bought 3 yo-yo loaches (Will be getting 3 more soon ) .
    Now I know they like to burrow and I have black Eco-complete substrate. Which to me is kinda sharp so I want to make them a sand pit with play sand I got from Home Depot. Any experience with this or advice?
    Should I keep the sand in a seperate container or I've seen people make one end of their tank sand but i dont know what black substrate tailing off into sand would look like.

    Thoughts?
    Just make sure to wash the sand good, and i think it would look nice with the sand tailing off the black, the loaches would appreciate somthing soft too (:

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