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Old 08-14-2004, 02:33 AM   #11
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here its like 2$ for 6 3$ for 12
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it's 5 for a dollar here.
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Wal-Mart sells them for $.26. If you can get some even for a while, they are cool to have.

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They will live much longer if you add some iodine to the water.
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If you have soft water, you can add a calcium supplement.
Will doing either of these things affect fish? I was thinking of putting some ghost shrimp in with my goldfish...
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Um...are you supposed to be able to see them after they are added to the tank?? I went down there today and asked for 4...he gave me 6 and only charged me for 4. Anyway, I got home, did the 'drip acclimation', and about a half hour later, added them to my tank. The biggest chased the shark for the algea wafer that he had, and horded that under the ship. Aside from that, I haven't seen them since I added them!! *glances worridly at the tank*
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It'll be normal for them to hide. They need to get used to their surroundings and such. Give it a bit of time. All those big things in your tank are probably scaring them.
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I've never had problems with the iodine and other fish. I've kept them with puffers,bettas and goldfish.

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