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While this particular fish tank does not have all that many features, it is still a cool choice to go with. The inside of this tank is styled to look like the inside of a town house with furniture included. It is a fairly small and compact aquarium which makes it ideal for tight spaces and children too. It is a really neat looking aquarium that is ideal for a couple of small fish no doubt.
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Great information that should be taken to heart when first starting an aquarium of any size, but particularly the small ones. I had a friend of mine one time that had a 7 gallon reef tank. He had the coolest lighting and all that was in it was some coral and some tiny shrimp - no fish. He said the tank wasn't big enough. He was pretty well an expert on marine tanks - had a huge one at home. This 7 gallon he kept on his desk at work. It was mesmerizing because of the way he had it decorated and watching the little shrimp move. cool small aquariums
Photo provided by FlickrThe iPond is an iPod accessory the combines a speaker with a tiny aquarium
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So what’s considered good circulation? Circulation can vary from tank to tank depending on how the tank is decorated, the type of inhabitants you have, tank dimensions and more. Generally speaking, fish only tanks should have enough water flow to turn the water over about 10-40 times per hour (tph). Tanks with soft corals should be turned over about 10-30 tph. Mixed reefs (soft and hard corals) and tanks dominated by large polyp stony corals should be turned over 30-50 tph. Small polyp stony coral aquariums should be turned over at least 40-80 tph. These are simply rules of thumb and may not apply to every tank, but by having adequate water flow, the tank should naturally run cooler.LED light on Amazon:
USB EXTENDER: (The one shown in the video has been discontinued. Depending on your tank, this new link might work!)
My house gets up to 85 in the summer and I wanted to avoid buying a aquarium chiller and I read mixed reviews on the Peltier cooler so I started to experiment. I came up with a method that cools my tank by 10 degrees with the help of a small fan and a tank cover.
The amount mine evaporates per day is around 20 ounces. USE distilled or good RO water to refill your tank when it gets low. Do not use regular tap water (even if you condition it) because of all the minerals. If you want to go the extra mile, then get a good quality filter for your A/C unit. This will help pull out junk in the air before it gets blown into your tank.
My Crystal red shrimp are sensitive to temperatures above 78 degrees. This is a great option in so many ways. First off it will chill your tank up to 10 degrees using practically no electricity. The fan uses maybe 2-3 watts. It's small and silent. Chillers can be noisy, use a lot of electricity, and are bulky. And it helps humidify your house. It's a win win situation.$29.71 USB Desktop Aquarium | Cool People ShopUSB Desktop Aquarium is a great home for small fish with adjustable overhead light, USB power connector, decorative rocks & low voltage pump. Water recirculates providing oxygen for your fish while color changing LEDs provide a captivating display. The multi-function alarm clock and desk caddy make this unique aquarium practical and fun. Anyone can put a pencil holder on a deskIf you are looking for a cool fish tank or aquarium starter kit for your kids, then look no further. In today’s post, we are going to show you some of the coolest kids fish tanks on the market these days. Not only for their user-friendly nature, but also their safety, durability, and how well they work in any space big or small.