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Old 04-29-2013, 06:41 PM   #11
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Nikachu, how far are you moving and whats the size of your tank
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Old 04-29-2013, 07:13 PM   #12
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2 10 gallons for fish 1 empty 37 gallon 1 20 gallon leopard gecko tAnk and 2 75 gallon bearded dragon tanks
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2 10 gallons for fish 1 empty 37 gallon 1 20 gallon leopard gecko tAnk and 2 75 gallon bearded dragon tanks
Wow, that move is going to be fun. How long will the drive take?
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:45 AM   #15
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Good thing its not a long drive. best thing i can think of is tank by tank. Put them in a bucket, save as much of the water you can place were you want the tanks then fill it back up if you were able to save most the water then put then back in. For the 75 gal can see that being a problem. Assuming the water is not different for the new place. Do water changes every other day two weeks before the move try to have the water in the tank match the water out of the tap. So when you move and fill back up it will be the same. If the tap is the same as the tank then dont worry, just make sure the temp are almost the same. Hope this makes sense and helps
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