09-25-2007, 09:22 PM
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Re: Tiny Aquarium
Originally Posted by sunnyshine
For a project in my environmental science class, we have to set up an aquarium in a very small space within an ecosystem. The amount of space for the aquarium is literally the bottom half of a 1.5 liter soda bottle. There has to be plants, sand/gravel, and life (fish, frogs, snails, etc.) I need help with what species of fish/life and what type of aquarium would do well in such a small environment. They will be indoors, possibly near a window for a little sunlight, for about 5 weeks. They also have to be able to live without any assistance (feeding, filter, heater, etc.) What are some possibilities of what could go into the aquarium?
send your teacher to me.... ill set her straight.....
i dont believe any life should be kept in a half of a 1.5 liter bottle with no food no water changes no heater for topical fish......
my answer would be when she asked what am i doing is....
no fish life and survive that long in these conditions. go with plants and a snail or two.