08-05-2012, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Romad
It would be helpful to know if the heater is a fully submersible one or if it's not meant to go under completely. If fully submersible, they are made so that they can be completely under water.
Bubble are normal when you add new water to a tank, they should be gone in a few days.
As for the size tank that you have (roughly over 5 US gallons), you're going to be pretty limited to the amount of fish that you can have in there. You could have a small school of small tetra and some shrimp for the bottom or one gorgeous male betta in there.
Your ph levels will help determine what will work in your tank as well. Do you have a liquid test kit?
I found out today its submersible but not the filter.
Thats okay then, i got three tetra for my fish tank now which i should be putting up a picture of son.
My local pet shop gives PH tests for free which is good (measured 7.4 ph) so its looking all good.
What is a good betta fish to get and how many should i have in my school of tetra?