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Old 08-22-2012, 02:19 AM   #11
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I would never put a lack light near my tank, besides the fact they burn so hot, I want no part of that heat mixed with moisture that could potentially cause it to pop.
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I would never put a lack light near my tank, besides the fact they burn so hot, I want no part of that heat mixed with moisture that could potentially cause it to pop.
Agreed. The only reason I said it would be ok if it is blue is if you would put it high above your tank just for a night or two, which would be enough time for you to get aquarium moon lights.
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I would never put a lack light near my tank, besides the fact they burn so hot, I want no part of that heat mixed with moisture that could potentially cause it to pop.
Agreed. The only reason I said it would be OK if it is blue is if you would put it high above your tank just for a night or two, which would be enough time for you to get aquarium moon lights.
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Old 08-22-2012, 02:24 AM   #14
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So I should prob just by a regular moonlight for it tomorrow
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So I should prob just by a regular moonlight for it tomorrow
Yes, that would be the best thing. Sorry for the double post. My fault. Does anyone know how to delete it?
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So I should prob just by a regular moonlight for it tomorrow
That would really be your best bet if you want some sort of lights for night time. I prefer having no lights to actually mimic night time.
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I just didn't know what caused my clown to be sideways on the top of my tank when I woke up this morning just swimming sideways cause I didn't have any light at night in their at all
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I just didn't know what caused my clown to be sideways on the top of my tank when I woke up this morning just swimming sideways cause I didn't have any light at night in their at all
Some clowns either sit on the bottom in the corner or sit sideways at the top. Most likely he will snap out of it but it is just one of those things of it lives if it lives or dies if it dies. Although I doubt it will die, but there is a problem if it is not eating.
Hope it lives!
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He's eating frozen shrimp and flake food
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