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Old 04-06-2012, 12:18 PM   #41 
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You should definitely have a heater. You don't really want the temperature to get lower that 70. I'd try to keep it at 75-78.

Also, that video of Casper reminded me of exactly what my Fabio did when I first got him. Also a crown tail, he behaved in a very similar way. I found out that my water conditioner was the problem because my local water was more toxic than my water back home. It recommend getting Prime and using that. It saved Fabio's life.
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