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Old Yesterday, 08:49 AM   #1 
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Maybe a silly/stupid question...

So I got this bigger, new tank for Tony and I am waiting for the heater to arrive before putting him in. There are bubbles/looks like bubbles all over the sides of his tank with the water in it. How do I get them to disappear?
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Old Yesterday, 08:51 AM   #2 
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Just wipe them away. :p It happens sometimes when you fill the tank.
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Thanks!!
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yep you can just wipe them away. They won't hurt your fish though so don't worry if you could not get all of them to go away.
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Old Yesterday, 09:24 AM   #5 
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When I first filled my "space tank" (currently cycling), those little bubbles appeared all over the sides and decor. One of the fake plants has like a million little fronds, and it seemed like every one was covered in bubbles! I kind of wish they'd stay. xD
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When I first filled my "space tank" (currently cycling), those little bubbles appeared all over the sides and decor. One of the fake plants has like a million little fronds, and it seemed like every one was covered in bubbles! I kind of wish they'd stay. xD
You know, if you like that look, you can get some live plants to do that, like hemanithius callithrodes, it's called 'pearling'. Of course it takes a fair bit of work, a good setup and might I say some luck. Just something you can look at and see if you wanted to try.

I never liked pearling that much until I saw it under blue moonlight.
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