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Old 03-01-2011, 10:19 PM   #1
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Carbon

May have a dead sea hare somewhare!
I have a fluval canister and was wondering how
often you thought I should change the carbon. Is
once or twice a month not frequent enough? Are
foam blocks really necessary or are they nitrate
farms? I have looked in the canister and skimmer
and see no signs of the hare. I think he has gone
underground. Have not seen it in 2 weeks.
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