Actually, Crabby, the larger the tank, the easier the maintenance. You don't have to change the water as often and as long as the tank isn't seriously overstocked, you have more room for error. In a smaller tank, all the wastes and nitrogenous junk builds up faster and we have to change it more often. In a 180, takes much more time for that all to build to a toxic level (again, provided the tank isn't grossly overstocked). 180 stocked reasonably would need maybe a 25-30% change once a month if the filtration was good.
I think . . . yes, I do have potato chips! *crunch*
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is it just me or is that a bit..macabre?
There is a lps that has some funky tank sizes - like a 70 gallon that is a square and some other oddball shapes
should I or should I not buy some MTS? I dont want a million of them
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Izzy, didn't you read in PFK news online that you shouldn't buy denison's barbs anymore? They are seriously endangered and all wild caught, or something. O.o
Ohh, yesterday I was talking to my bio teacher about "life," and she was telling me how hard getting into vet school is. She told me (on the side) that her husband studied for 17 years and used to work 120 hours a week (there's 168 total in a week). How terrifying. o.o He was a liver specialist/surgeon and now he's a university prof. Eep. Posted via Mobile Device