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Old 03-21-2005, 02:45 PM   #1
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spring break went about as well as expected

I'm currently living in a dorm, and so over spring break I had to leave my 10 gallon tank here. I bought a nice battery powered automatic feeder and set that up and hoped for the best. I got back yesterday, and all and all I can't complain. I had 1 zebra danio die, but everyone else seemed healthy. I had to take off the hood to have the feeder on there, and so enough water evaporated to have my heater turn off, but the room temp wasn't low enough to cause any problems that way. Did a pwc and all is well. I also set up a betta tank last night, with a beautiful green/purple/red betta. We'll see if he'll accept a couple ghost shrimp as friends when i get a chance to go to petsmart.
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2.5 gallon FW-empty for now
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