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Well, they were a bit reluctant! I love how you can see their pink little bellies after they eat, and my whole family agrees they are adorable! Their getting another feeding before I go to bed, this time worms.
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How do you set up the sponge filter
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And how do you turn on the light in ares tank?
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Just want to let know home safe and getting fish acclimated. All good. Really nice seeing you Matt and bb123 meeting was too short. Fish are slightly stressed but overall good shape Sena. Thanks much and I could talk betta with you all day long.

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I know- We all could have talked for hours! (Me and Shea actually did hahaha).
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Shae: the large opening is the main valve, while there should be a small opening/tube, where you attach the hose. On one hose there is also an adjustable valve and I believe I included a T valve. I found it worked best to have the large opening under water just below the surface to break the surface. The CTs are actually used to a full flow bubbler now xD they love it.

The light knob is in the back and should either be a press (firm) or a twist. Unless its the one in the side. So many tanks and different ways to turn on the light lol.

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I really should have taken notes. In a rush to beat the incoming snow. I will get a list of questions for you here later today. Pm chilling in his own tank next to the sorority where he is very popular with the ladies who all came by for a look at him. All are so healthy and ate a good breakfast.

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Ct fry got a bit chilly as the heater decided not to work over night :(
They are fine and got a healthy meal of mw :)
Janey and Peanut are doing great in the sorority.
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Mine are all good too. Fry ate some mw today, and the other fish loved when some fell though the cracks! Xanthus has not stopped flaring, I swear.
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Xanthus always shows off - Jackson will too, if next to another male. Glad everyone is doing good.

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