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Old 09-06-2015, 02:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Sniperhank View Post
And to jump in, patience is the key. The sand will also get 'sticky' as the tank matures and it won't blow around as much.
Also with the clowns, hold out until you find a pair that you love. I was just at Petco today and they had platinum clowns in. Just several years ago when I started my tank you couldn't get anything besides 'plain jane' clowns...the more designer ones are becoming much cheaper and much easier to get.
I was planning to let my tank cycle for a month or so but now I"m going to let it cycle and let the sand get sticky and just do the rock work until im happy so im not digging around the tank stressing out the fish

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