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Conversation Between ifish and CodeRed
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  1. CodeRed
    10-13-2009 08:08 PM - permalink
    Ahh. I'm sorry, I don't remember what they are ;-; I threw away the packaging that came with them.
  2. ifish
    10-13-2009 08:01 PM - permalink
    i mean heater
  3. CodeRed
    10-13-2009 08:00 PM - permalink
    Nooo idea. I don't use filters.
  4. ifish
    10-13-2009 07:58 PM - permalink
    oh great how many wat fliter and a drop in fliter or ou of the water 1
  5. CodeRed
    10-13-2009 07:56 PM - permalink
    I should think so. Just be very careful, I'd say.
  6. ifish
    10-13-2009 07:54 PM - permalink
    oh ok. can i even lift a 3 galloon?
  7. CodeRed
    10-13-2009 07:50 PM - permalink
    A five gallon is a bit heavier to pick up, and you might have to empty it halfway before you try. A 3 gallon would only be able to fit a betta, and maybe a few ghost shrimp. However, ghost shrimp need filtered water, so they probably wouldn't be ideal.
  8. ifish
    10-13-2009 07:48 PM - permalink
    oh ok and i cant lift a 5 gallon right its heavy? and in a 3 gallon and i put some others?
  9. CodeRed
    10-13-2009 07:44 PM - permalink
    Nope :P As long as you change the water regularly, they can be fine in unfiltered tanks. My Sherbet is in an unfiltered 5 gallon, and he's never been ill at all. No fin rot, ich, velvet, ect. ect.
  10. ifish
    10-13-2009 07:29 PM - permalink
    im waiting becasue i know hydro was in freezin water and i said hey thats not right im not gonna put another betta through that even tho i loved hydro i couldnt buy a heater becsue my parents wouldnt let me but now they will let me get with my money a nice great tank maybe 3 gallon something i can lift to the bathroom to change the water bettas dont need fliters right?
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