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Is ther any natural way to rid the tank of fish poop? I was wonder if there is a biological way to rid the tank of fish droppings. I am wondering if there is a way to turn a 46 gallon tank into a self sustaining ecosystem. There has got to be a way to keep the nitrogen, and ph level good with minum tank care.
Heavily planting your tank and keeping stocking to a minimum will cut down on your tank maintenance. Adding some shrimp will help remove a lot of the waste food etc that falls to the bottom but there's nothing that I know off that will allow the tank to self-sustain. A tank is an unnatural environment and so unnatural intervening in the way of water changes and gravel vacs are always required.
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