Is My Tank Too Big And Wild For Convict Fry?

Chooklady

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I set up an Aquaone 620T 130litre (34 gal) tank. The internal filter was missing, so I put in an aquaone submersible which might be too powerful as all the plants are waving. I got that second hand and it is meant for 200 litres ( 53 gallons) I have reduced the flow to minimum .
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If I put convict fry in this, is it too deep?
If I put convict fry in this, will they cope with some in parts quite strong current? I am hoping to remove the fry once swimming for 4 days in a large 4ft tank with lots of convicts, plants and rocks. I wouldn’t be able to catch the parents unless I pull it apart and take the water down really low. Thanks so much for your advice.
 

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They would probably love it, looks very natural and nice. Lots of hiding places.
 
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