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    09-19-2019, 09:25 AM
    Crushed corals or limestone could help get the ph up slowly. Some also use baking soda but tread carefully as this can raise the ph too fast and kill...
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    09-19-2019, 09:20 AM
    Could this be from the rocks or the substrate. You definitely need to replace the water. I'd suggest a gravel vacuum but you have sand.
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Time for Hobbies

by Berryrose on 05-30-2019 at 09:51 AM
It used to be books. It was a bit of an expensive hobby, especially if you could not make it to the library. Building your own mini-library of your favorite books can take years. I am, after all, still building mine. Then, I branched out to decorating our home. Adding accents: greens to be specific. Soon enough, I wanted to have something at home that I could tinker with if I wanted to. Painting and furnishing was too expensive.

Then my brother dropped off a small tank with betta fish.

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New and Hesitant

by Berryrose on 05-18-2019 at 12:48 AM
I'm glad I am finding online resources to help me with my plans to create an aquarium setup I want. The biggest problem I have, is how to make this work with kids in the household. Ideally, I'd put it in my home office so I can see it when I work, but I feel selfish since I'd be hiding it from the rest of my family.

Of course, if i do display it somewhere, such as the living room, then I may one day wake up to a lego tower inside the tank. Or maybe buzz lightyear may decide to explore

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