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My First Tank

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium Videos' started by Frank77, Dec 4, 2015.

  1. Frank77

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    Nothing special, just a quick vid of my tank.
     
    You can see the Plecos going to town on their cucumber and carrot.
     
    I am unsure why the plants growing out of the statue seem to be doing better on one side.
     
    It's me that's so slanted,lol...that tank is slightly unlevel, but I don't think it's an issue.
     
     
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    EDIT: I tried using the "imbed" code given on youtube, but it doesn't seem to be working....the link appears to be working either way.
     
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    I like the plecos at the bottom, they look all floaty :) and they certainly do love to eat!!
     
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    Yes, they are quite beautiful. Their fins are really nice.
     
    My friend who moved away, who was breeding them, said they were some of the best she had. I hope to breed them, in time.
     
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    I've been trying to find a cave locally, I don't have a CC, so ordering things online is not possible. I could go the PVC cave route, but I'd like something more natural.
     
    I am not ready to breed yet, I was going to seek advice when I am.
     
    I know the tank size is not the best for them, but I think they are full grown, and they seem to be doing fine in there. I assume guppies are no threat to the fry.
     
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    Part submerge the plastic pipes in your substrate then cover with stones, you can disguise them pretty well doing this.
     
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    Good idea!
     
    Thanks!
     

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