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  1. Default Temporary divider in tank?


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    Hi. Another nube here. We had two 55g tanks. One had 5 tiger barbs. The other had 3 BA tetras and 3 black skirt tetras. We are putting in new floors (a DIY job) and it is going to take a good 3 weeks to get them finished due to work and school schedules. Anyway, we broke down the tank with the tiger barbs and put those in the tank with the tetras. At least one of the tigers is nipping at a black skirt and there is a nice little bite mark missing from his tail.

    Is there any way to temporarily divide the tank to keep the tigers away from the tetras?

    We were planning on just running one tank after the floors are done. But I may have to look at other options.

    Thx

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    you can get a egg crate light diffuser from lowes or home depot and cut to size

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