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huynhle

Registered: 03/2004
Posts: 5

hey, i been wondering ...i got a cichlids tank 75 gal for bout 6 months now and i need to do a water change ..i'm afraid wen i add in water it gonna be to cold for the fish , can u tell me step by step how to do water changes for cichlid tanks? Rating: 5/5 
03-06-2004 03:36PM View huynhle's Profile  

devious_froggy

Registered: 10/2003
Location: Vancouver
Posts: 64

Nice Tank! Maybe some live plants or drift wood would make it look a little less stark, but great hob with the rocks. as for the person asking about water changes, You can just use warm tap water, and add your dechlorinator, and it should be fine for them. Unless you cant get warm tap water for some reason??? then just buy a cheapy heater and put it in the bucket to warm up the water first. Rating: 5/5 
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reptile_gal

Registered: 07/2004
Posts: 370
dont sweat the petty things, dont pet the sweaty things:)

woa!! where did u get those rocks?? i cant find any. Rating: 5/5 
10-23-2005 02:35PM View reptile_gal's Profile View reptile_gal's Gallery  

krib_keeper

Registered: 11/2005
Location: Montreal, Canada
Posts: 3

In reply to reptile gal -- I have similar rocks which I simply gathered from a local water-front, cleaned up and disinected. Been using them for years without any problems -- cheaper than buyin'em that's for sure!! ;) Rating: 5/5 
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