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Great looking tank. I thought the comment was gonna be how do you keep the plants and substrate flat going up the side of the tankjohnbirg said:
Yeah, all the stupid people will think they can put a betta in a jar or a goldfish. And, to make it worse my annoying sister wants a betta but she got one two years ago in a plastic container that was smaller than a quart!! She never took care of it or even fed it. I took care of the poor dude. He finally died and then my sister made big act out of it. She’s going off to college and I know she going to buy a fish and kill it! AHHHHHHHHH. Basically nothing makes me mad except this.david1978 said:Lately its been arent those fish supposed to be in a cup or vase. Ummm no they are fish they belong in a tank. And no they won't drown.
It's the Beamswork DA FSPEC 20" light I got off amazon.BlueRamChiclidLover22 said:Btw what’s the light on your tank, it looks great for growing plants!
It would be great for shrimp cuz the shrimp could eat the algae and the light would grow more, that is a REALLY bright light. Makes me feel sad that I paid $60 for a light half as bright as that. :/Sunflower said:It's the Beamswork DA FSPEC 20" light I got off amazon.
So far it works wonders growing plants...... and algae lol. Not too sure the range of light it is (low-high) but I'm sure you could figure it out on the description on amazon. As in how many watts or lumens it is.
I've had it since last Christmas and haven't had troubles with it (fingers crossed)
Do you think it could grow high light plants? I only have very very basic low light plants in there and they are happy.BlueRamChiclidLover22 said:It would be great for shrimp cuz the shrimp could eat the algae and the light would grow more, that is a REALLY bright light. Makes me feel sad that I paid $60 for a light half as bright as that. :/