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What is a suitable use for a 1g aquarium?
Awhile back I drunk-bought a 1g that came with a small air pump and undergravel filter, and I got a betta...(the dangers of having a pub right beside a pet store...). I put some plants in it and got a heater for it as well, but after a week I concluded that it was not a suitable environment for the betta and so I put him in my other tank. So now this stupid tiny fish tank is sitting on my desk with nothing in it. Is there any use for it, or should I just toss it?
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Originally Posted by dormfish View Post
But yes I recommend Lees UG filter (7$ on amazon) and a 1 gallon would be great for fry and/or shrimp. Or snails even!
Also, maybe some glofish? i know when I had glofish they were sensitive to the water changes in my main tank and didnt last long. But with the Lees filter water changes are less frequent, so maybe you can get the confetti gravel that i have (2lb bag at walmart, ~1.88$) and a glow in the dark plant, some glow in the dark markers and maybe a tiny "party bulb" (if yours comes with a hood and light) and maybe make it a tiny glofish rave tank? I might steal my own idea, thinking about it :)
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