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Originally Posted by dancelady View Post
Don't jinx me! Always a risk with big things full of water, especially in the house, and putting one in another would likely cause it to hold funny and crack(tried that with kiddie pools before, just not with fish). x.x
And below 76 degrees you slow their metabolism. This will slow their growth, yes, also risks food being digested too slow and rotting in their bellies making them ill, and since mollies like really warm water(they prefer it around 80F), it wont be comfortable. It also ups the risks of fungal infections and MANY types of illness and disease. Bad, bad.
Heater...you sticky them to the side with those rubber suction cups they come with. Holds them away from the bin itself and so wont hurt it. Ever notice how when you put your hands near it really doesn't give off much heat(not enough to burn or even get uncomfortable), but you touch them and burn yourself? lol Speaking of burning, I did that the other day on my huuuge heater. Blistered my hands. The light was being odd, thing is old, but oh boy does it still work just fine. >>; Can't feel much around it, but it does its job. I initially put something under mine, but then I realized it doesn't heat at the bottom or top, nice heater. =)
Turning on the Aquarium lamp in the morning is MY cup of coffee.
Last edited by Sylverclaws; 05-13-2014 at 10:22 PM.
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