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post #41 of 49 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 10:59 AM
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The cange in baramic pressure.
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I usually feed mine worms, but if I catch a different type that only eats plant matter, I toss in some aquarium plants.
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I don't know if this is off topic...but the longer this thread gets the less I see these tanks as useless. We certainly found ways to make these "useless" tanks pull their own weight when it's time to care for the fishies. XD

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I want one of those animals that really react to change in barmotic pressure. I heard of a catfish that can predict earthquakes. I sometimes use my empty tanks as terriums.
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I have an old 1.8gal with a Tetra 3i filter that I fill with my pwc water and let run for a bit to remove sand and such from the water before I put it in my tank! Does a great job
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You could do something like this? Filter Plants Except in the tank. Not in filter.
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Actually, most if not all fish (and some reptiles, and birds) can detect changes leading up to an earthquake, or other natural disasters. Some animals can detect it a day or so ahead of time, others perhaps hours or minutes. ;)

And Snowysurface, you are right, it is showing how "useful" seemingly "useless" tanks can become ;)

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There is this catfish in japan so good at detecting earthquakes the Japanese thought it caused Earth quakes. Pigeons or was it doves China ounce used them to predict an eartquake days earlier.
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