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Old 11-03-2013, 01:44 PM   #21 
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Snails eat algae. if you have a algae problem, you can just buy some algae remover
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Old 11-03-2013, 02:11 PM   #22 
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if you have a algae problem, you can just buy some algae remover
And most likely kill your plants.
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Old 11-03-2013, 03:25 PM   #23 
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Ah, dorm life. lol I tried that once; didn't particularly care for it! I lived in a single room for a few years. At first I bought a 5 gallon fish tank with a single fish- allowed. After about a year with no inspections or anyone entering my room, I added a divided tank with bettas- more than one tank, not allowed. Another 6 months went by, no inspections. Got a lizard that lived under the bed when I wasn't in the room- definitely not allowed. Few more months. Guinea pig- so totally ridiculously not allowed. Lived with all of them for the remainder of my time at that school- never had an inspection, and I had a furry friend! (as well as a few scaly ones!)

Moral of the story- a snail should be fine.
Oh my god that is amazing XD

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Snails eat algae. if you have a algae problem, you can just buy some algae remover
I stated earlier that I do not want to pour algae killing chemicals into my tank, I do not trust them.

I just introduced a tiger nerite to the tank, the betta is NOT happy but he can get over it lol the snail is already hard at work cleaning up the tank! Pretty excited.
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I don't get why they don't allow snails. But you should be fine as long as there is cover =)
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Old 11-03-2013, 07:56 PM   #25 
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I don't get why they don't allow snails. But you should be fine as long as there is cover =)
Well there is plenty of that xD shouldn't be a prob ;)
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