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Old 10-30-2014, 09:17 PM   #1
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First tank started leaking, now a new and improved tank!

I just experienced my first leaking tank. My ten gallon tank was full when I went to work on Monday and half full when I came home. Oh no! After a lot of stress and tears, I had the water contained and kept adding water to the leaking tank until I could get another set up and ready to transfer my plants, shrimp, and otto cat over. After this tragedy was finally under control and over, I am very proud of the results. I learned from my mistakes setting up the previous tank and improved this new one. Here are the pics of the original and the new tanks! Yay! lol
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