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    Something happened in a filter in an unoccupied tank and everything reeks. cleaning the oher...

    Something happened in a filter in an unoccupied tank and everything reeks. cleaning the oher tank and found metal in the sand. ahhhh
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    I’m back!

    Welcome back! Why don’t you just cut it? Like with scissors or some such? (This a legitimate question, not trying to answer)
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    Trying to figure out how to heat my room without killing my axolotl. So that’s fun.

    Trying to figure out how to heat my room without killing my axolotl. So that’s fun.
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    Who loves fish?!

    This is just ridiculous. :):fish:
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    What's your use for used aquarium water?

    Well that’s intense.
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    Who loves fish?!

    My favorite is probably a fish that has colors like a common pleco, three very very flowy dorsal fins and a head/face that looks like a bottle nose dolphin that probably doesn’t exist because it was in a dream I just had but it looked really cool. As far as real fish I think angels and glass fish.
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    VOTE NOW...September 2019 Pet of the Month

    This is Lizzy mcsquishface. She is fully aquatic but she is not a fish. She is an axolotl, a neotenic salamander. I got her around a month ago. She'ss swim around in the top and mid levels of the tank and when she is where she wants to be she'll just slowly float down. She got stuck under the...
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    The Hobby

    Why don't they just get an algea scraper? I mean, giving up on dying fish isn't suprising but I got my magnetic scraper from walart for $5. I have been into the hobby for less than a year and a half and I have somehow accumulated three tanks. (four if you count the 2.5 that was basicaly used...
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    API testing, the right way, the wrong way, and my way.

    I’m already monitoring the ph. It doesn’t really fluctuate. I suppose I should start testing before.
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    API testing, the right way, the wrong way, and my way.

    I use the api test kit for most of my tests. I usually test for everything but ammonia, as I have meters for that in all three of my tanks. I don’t test ph in the axolotl tank because I have a meter in there. I usually test parameters the day after a change.
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    VOTE NOW...August 2019 Fish of the Month Contest (Bettas only)

    This is Nebula! Name: Nebula Nicknames: Neb-Nebs, Nebs Age: Aproximately 2.5 years Tank: 5 gallon heated/filtered no live plants yet. Favorite hiding place: Between the suction cups on the heater. (I keep the tank at 78 degrees F.) Tank mates: None Type: Male placat. Interesting facts: This...
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    oh no, not another one

    Do what makes you happy. (And you can keep up with) Whenever I’m looking at tanks my dad suspiciously asks why we need another one. He is beautiful.
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    Record Keeping

    I am going to start keeping a record of when and with what I medicate so I can answer questions better, among other things.
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    Helllloooo fellow fish keepers!

    Yeah, probably. I haven't trained Nebs much.
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    Helllloooo fellow fish keepers!

    No, my Nebula is cutest. I even have the perfect picture already!
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