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Old 10-24-2011, 02:07 PM   #1
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Porcupine puffer and dwarf lion

I know this probably is going to be a big no but I'll post anyways. Just got back from Lfs shopping for fish food. I seen a 3 inch dwarf lion for $25. My current tank is 75 gallon with the puffer. Is it going to overload my tank if I get it? Will my puffer probably just kill it or will it stress my puffer?like i said it's probably a no go but I'd figure I would ask.
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You know your tank best but I would think it would be fine
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Old 10-24-2011, 03:07 PM   #3
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I just don't know of they would fight . Plus the puffer isn't full grown so I can't say the trates would stay between 5 and 10 when he gets bigger being alone in there without the dwarf lion. Hopefully I'll get other opinions . Thanks
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Do you run any reactors on ur tank?
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No reactors . I haven't been looking into them to much I just know water flows through carbon or something like that. Do they work?
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Kind of bio pellet reactors are great for nitrates I heard
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