12-05-2012, 12:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Chesherca
huh... weird. I thought you said that you had trouble with them when you first started - and had to baffle the filter in a HOB cuz' it was too strong for 'em? Maybe I'm remembering wrong. . .
THe fact that these guys are one inch fish really boggles my mind. . . I HAVE a 3g tank. But that's too small for ANYTHING, right? I KNOW I can keep the thing stable and cycled. One inch?!!! C'mon, dude - tell me like 398 times that 3g is too small for anything living. Cuz' I'm SO super tempted to try it right now. They're just so darn CUUUUTE!!! I bet I'd love one just as much as I do my rams (shhh, don't tell!) Also? While you're at it, remind me 593 times that I really don't WANT to set up another tank! But. . . I could put it on my desk! I already have it cycled, filtered, bubblered, heated. . .I could snail it up in record time, and it'd fit so perfectly right there ---> ONE SINGLE LITTLE ONE INCH FISH!!!? *swoons from the cuteness* PLEASE CAN I HAVE ONE NOW!!!!!?
*Chesh considers the fact that it might just be past her bedtime*
LoL yes I think its past your bed time!!!!! I personnally would NOT put a Dwarf Puffer in anything less then 5 gallons. Yes there are small fish at just an inch but their are seriously messsy fish!!!! They are pooping machines espically when the temperature of the water is 80. Also they need space to explore as they are really curious fish and get can get bored easily. Then they start to tank surf. LoL
Yes I did baffle the HOB when i had one on the tank. Though I don't remember why now I think it was for the floating plants cause it didn't slow the flow of the filter just redirected it.