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Old 08-28-2013, 02:10 AM   #4261
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of course i know thats the turtles are all 2 inches and the plecos are one inch lol im getting a 75 gallon very soon
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Old 08-28-2013, 02:14 AM   #4262
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of course i know thats the turtles are all 2 inches and the plecos are one inch lol im getting a 75 gallon very soon
How many turtles? And atleast your gonna upgrade. When purchasing fish, you should take into account their adult size so they can live as happy as possible. The turtles definitely should have their own tank because 1 baby turtle is equal to around 10 goldfish in waste production. You definitely need major filtration if you decide to keep your turtle in the same tank as your fish and definitely expect to lose a few fish
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Old 08-28-2013, 02:18 AM   #4263
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ive had my turtles for about 3 years they have never eaten one fish i dont know why i have 3 btw
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Old 08-28-2013, 02:20 AM   #4264
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ive had my turtles for about 3 years they have never eaten one fish i dont know why i have 3 btw
Cause your a TurtleMan of course!
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Old 08-28-2013, 02:47 AM   #4266
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Panic time! The 20 I moved my cray into is majorly leaking. Like its less than half full, and its too late to do anything tonight. So im going to get up early, catch them all, break down the tank and get the stuff for a reseal tomorrow! Now to just hope I can sleep.
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Old 08-28-2013, 03:13 AM   #4267
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Panic time! The 20 I moved my cray into is majorly leaking. Like its less than half full, and its too late to do anything tonight. So im going to get up early, catch them all, break down the tank and get the stuff for a reseal tomorrow! Now to just hope I can sleep.
Uh oh! Too late to move them into a tupperware container or 5g bucket for the night? If not I definitely would just In case the seal breaks overnight.
Good luck with resealing it! I've always hated doing that
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:01 AM   #4268
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Panic time! The 20 I moved my cray into is majorly leaking. Like its less than half full, and its too late to do anything tonight. So im going to get up early, catch them all, break down the tank and get the stuff for a reseal tomorrow! Now to just hope I can sleep.
How'd it go last night? Is everybody okay?
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Old 08-28-2013, 10:15 AM   #4269
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I got a new 30g afew days ago and it came with a power head sponge.

Its called the 550 t head by a german company aqua szuts. It looks kool and has water flow controls.

Would this be any good for a second filter or should i look at something else? If you aquired this filter would you use it or not?

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I got a new 30g afew days ago and it came with a power head sponge.

Its called the 550 t head by a german company aqua szuts. It looks kool and has water flow controls.

Would this be any good for a second filter or should i look at something else? If you aquired this filter would you use it or not?

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