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  1. Ellie Potts

    Saying goodbye to my aquarium

    As some of you may have seen in other posts, my move to college has meant abandoning my eight aquariums. Which is heartbreaking, but an inevitable part of fish keeping for many teenagers. The worst part has been selling/giving out the fish and plants in my 55 gallon, the first tank my dad gave...
  2. Jennifer Gonzales

    Help! I’m moving LONG DISTANCE

    Hello all, I’m not a very experienced fish keeper... that being said, we are getting ready to move 10 hours away. I have a 40 gallon tank with 10 guppies, 3 mollies, 4 dojo loaches, 1 pleco, and a bunch of snails, as well as a 5 gallon fry tank with somewhere around 30-40 guppy fry. Re-homing...
  3. S

    Getting a bigger tank!

    I currently have a fluval spec aquarium (5gallons), the plastic frame around the bottom has started to crack slightly and this is causing the tank to be slightly lower on one side so time to upgrade before it gets worse or breaks! I obviously need to move the fish out asap into a new tank. I...
  4. K

    How to move 60 gallon tank?

    Hey everyone! I’m new here and I’m not sure if this is the right location for this topic, but I am moving soon and need some pointers on how to go about moving my 60 gallon goldfish tank. It is a 60 gallon marineland heartland tank& stand with 3 goldfish, and I am running a fluval FX4 filter...
  5. guppyfishlvr23

    Moving fish: College to home.

    Hi, I have been in the hobby for a few years now, but I am not sure the best way on how to move my one guppy from my college dorm 2 hours to my house. Any ideas or suggestions? thank you
  6. H

    Moving to a bigger tank, Advice

    I have a 10 gallon tank at the moment with three zebra danios, 3 small albino corys, a baby molly, and a bristle nose pleco. The pleco has grown a bit bigger than the other fish and has started to bully them when they come near his driftwood. So I decided I'm going to get a 25 or 35 gallon tank...
  7. S

    Moving House.

    Hello.   I think we may have to move house soon. We have terrible landlords.   My tank has been doing really well. I still have my original fish. I dont want to lose any but just dont know where to start with moving the tank.   My mum has another tank. Should I do a transfer to that one? But I...
  8. nortonmad213

    Going To Move My Fish To My New House, Possible Problems

    hi all, so today im going to try and move all my fish from my parents to mine. the plan is to have my 60l set up at mine, heated, treated etc put all fish into seperate bags and place them into the 60 while i move big tank. move my big tank and then set it all up get it to temp etc. will this be...
  9. nortonmad213

    Moving House, Best Way To Move Tanks As Well?

    hi everyone. so i am moving on the 12 of july and am starting to think on what the best way to move my tank would be? its a 3 ft planted sorority with 20 females bettas 7 peppered cories and 2 bn plecs. for obvious reasons i dont want them out of the tank for too long, but i cant just put them...
  10. J

    Bala Shark Sitting At Bottom Of Tank Not Moving

    Hello, I'm new to this forum so please excuse me if I'm posting this in the wrong pleace, but I just had a question about one of my bala sharks.  Last week I bought 3 bala sharks, and I currently have them in a 10 gallon tank.  I realize this tank is much too small, but I was misinformed at the...
  11. Questions?

    Moving Filter

    HOw could i move a filter from my 65 gallon tank to my 10 gallon tank? Currently i have a 350biowheel penguin filter and a fully cycled 30 gallon tetra whisper filter running on my 65 gallon tank. I was wondering how could i remove the 30 gallon filter safely, to test if the biowheel is fully...
  12. W

    Black Molly Sitting On Bottom Of Aquarium Help!

    Hi everyone! Yesterday I bought 2 guppies (female) and 2 mollies (male and female) for my new tank. It has been cycling for over one month without fish and since then the ammonia levels have reached zero. Yesterday the fish were happily swimming around, however my Black Molly seemed to be the...