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Old 11-24-2013, 11:35 PM   #1
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Tubifex worm tank

Today I bought two portions of tubifex worms and instead of putting in a container in the fridge I put them in a one gallon tank with cold water. Is this a good idea? I'm hoping they will breed. I'm going to change the water every three days and have a filter. Should I take the filter out? I'm also going to hatch brine shrimp. Is that a good investment? P.s I found a leech in my worms. Should I feed it to the fish or kill it?
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