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I am asking on my friends behalf but he was wondering if there a such thing as having too many air bubbles he has a 60 gallon air pump in a 30 gal tank??? :frustrated:
I'd say no.
Just make sure the bubbles aren't too strong for the fish, this may stress them out.
Yeah, there's no such thing as too much oxygen. If you find that the bubbles are too big, you could pinch the air tube. It's not exactly the best thing for the air tube, but hey, it works. :) I don't know if there's like a valve that you can put on a tube to regulate air flow...
Not a problem unless he is keeping fish that don't like too much current.
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