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Old 08-31-2013, 12:23 AM   #1
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Nano Tank

What is the difference between a normal tank and a nano tank? Just curious, if I ever expanded I was considering looking into nanos.
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Nano tanks are what they sound like, small tanks with small inhabitants. Either microfish like ember tetras or inverts like shrimp.
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+1 anything smaller than 30 gallons is considered nano
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Oh, okay. So my ten gallon with guppies, zebras, and neons is considered nano?
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