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I have a wet/dry filter, and I don't know where to incorporate the activated carbon. Do i even need the carbon?
1 black ghost knife
4 black skirt tetras
2 zebra danios
1 algae eater
1 golden killifish
1 bamboo shrimp (MIA)
2 albino cory cats
3 tiger barbs
29 gallon (brackish)
1 Balloon and 10ish babies
I also have a wet/dry and don't use carbon except once when I used carbon to remove meds from my tank after treatment was complete. I also have an HOT magnum (hang on back filter) on this tank for extra filtration, which was where the carbon was placed. IMHO I don't believe carbon is neccessary.
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