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Old 01/26/2007, 09:43 AM   #1
Klownfish
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Smile Nano's a good tank for Seahorses?

I was at my LFS, and saw a 30g Nano. I was told this was a good choice for a Seahorse tank. Yes/No??

I was concerned there wasn't enough filtration to many of these "All in One Nano's". They don't have skimmers, and many use Bioballs! I understand quite a lot of food goes into these tanks, cause they are fussy feeders?

I've never owned Seahorses, but I'm just starting to study about them, before I make any decisions.

If I choose to do a Seahorse tank, they would be the only thing kept in the tank, besides inverts. I would buy "tank raised" only, any advice about that is a good type to buy??

Tanks!


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