◦The next tank, is my 55gal turtle tank, you can see the divider on the
right to give the turtle a shallow area to walk
under water with a big rock to dry off on. In
this picture you can see the turtle on the far
right of the tank on the rock above the water.
◦Next to that is my 10gal tank with plants, it's was my female beta tank,
but she died from dropsy a few months ago. Not
sure what's going in there next.
◦The last tank is my 20 long.
I can't seem to get a hood, I've tried every
place here in Hawaii, I'm probably going to have
to order one online of make one.
◦I now added a 20 high just
to the right of the 20 long, it's been set up
for a month or so, ready for fish, just wanted
to get back from vacation before I set it up.
I'm a little scared to
put fish in the empty tanks. The 55 does fine
but the temp changes might mess up the smaller
tanks, the air conditioner is set at 68 during
the day and the room heats up to 90 after
school. The big tank goes from 78º to 83º day to
night but the smaller tanks might do some major
◦My 55gal community tank to the left
went through a total annihilation of almost all
my fish and plants. A few months ago, I lost all
my plants when the air conditioning went out and
tank temps were in the 90°s for a few weeks.
Then last week, 3 fish I added ate the eye's out
of 4 horseface loaches, 7 hatchet
fish, 20 neons and I think they got a couple of
my pencile fish. The dude at pet
supplies plus warehouse said it'd be O K to put
these snail eating fish in with my tetras, I got
them on Wednesday. Friday there were 3 dead
hatchet fish, but I thought nothing of it, there
a very delicate fish, just figured I'd keep on
eye on the rest. Then when I returned to
school Monday all those fish I just listed were
killed by these snail eaters. I put those killers in the
turtle tank, now there turtle poop on the
bottom of the tank.
only fish left in my tank is one male beta, 6 red
pencilfish (3 male and 3 female, picture on right), one veil
tail zebra danio, and a regular zebra danio.
I started rebuilding the tank.