Yeah I am definitely not going to keep them in full salt water. Honestly if I was going to go full saltwater I wouldn't be keeping mollies in it. ;) The other things stopping me is the money involved in setting up a salt water tank, and my lack of knowledge in keeping one healthy.. oh did I mention the money involved in salt water tanks? :D
I won't flame you for using aquarium salt btw. I just was reading the marine salt has more minerals that mimic the tidewater that they live in. But seeing as they can be kept in fresh water, I think the only difference is trace minerals in the salts?
Petco has a smaller box of marine salt mix that probably couldn't hurt to try with my mollies to be.
The aquarium salt I have is a tiny box and it's lasted me a year already, and will probably last me many more to come before it's gone for my betta emergency room lol.
(Yes I know I will use more marine salt with every water change but I want to see how fast I go through it before I buy 50 lbs of salt and end up using it on my driveway or something in the winter. LOL!)
You better keep your baby picture post updated btw :) I want to see how they develop. Their little fat bellies are so tiny right now. Your boyfriend has a nice camera btw
Betta Fish are like potato chips, it's hard to have just one!
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