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Old 04-29-2015, 11:19 AM   #31
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I understand these are essential...

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Speaking of biting, don't even think of putting you hand near the tank when breeding, they can be very aggressive


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According to some zombie info sources, they don't eat for sustenance. So save time and money by not feeding them.


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I hope he's staying ahead of those wc's.

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The filtration for each tank should be at least 4x the normal filtration as that species is known to be a very messy eater, and they prefer live food such as, mice. And I love the natural look of the tanks. It perfectly shows the natural environment of the zombies.


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I agree about the filtration, but in my opinion, the setup needs a lot more hiding places.
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Breeding them can be profitable too! You just have to watch your overhead expenses.
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I tried this but I found myself just saying, "I'll take that pretty one" and really didn't do any research. I guess I really got ahead of my self.


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Breeding them can be profitable too! You just have to watch your overhead expenses.

I can see you have a nose for business! (Unless 'that's on the nose'?).
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