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Old 12-08-2014, 11:55 PM   #1
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10g rabbit tank

I was planning on doing 2 yellow and 2 poso orange rabbit snails. Is 10g big enough for all four? Im running two aquaclear 30 filters. One with mechanical/bio media and the other is loaded to the brim with seachem purigen (about 300ml). I was rather puzzled to see that live aquaria lists the minimum tank size at 30g.


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I want to say yes but i'm not complete sure
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Is there anyone on this forum that has expierience with these snails?

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Hi, I keep these snail's and have had them for a few years, I think they should be fine, i also have two filter's running on my 16 gallon where I keep them and they do fine. I really enjoy keeping these guy's i find them very interesting.

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Keep in mind they will eat most plants. They don't seam to eat anubias or mosses though.
They are good at eating the eggs of other snails.
About 6 months ago I woke up to pond snail eggs all over the place. I pulled 8 or 10 pond snails out over the next couple weeks and never saw any after. The Rabbit snails were eating the eggs as quickly as they showed up.



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