Re: NANFA-- temperature shock

Paul Cezanne (
Fri, 17 May 2002 21:20:00 -0400

>Here's my advice.
>1) Shut your heaters off and let your tank temperature drop to room

the tank is unheated! :-)

>2) Bring your fish in from outside in a six gallon bucket or two. Add
>liberal amounts of Am Quell to the water. Use an airstone to bubble oxygen
>in to each container of fish.
>3) Let the bucket and the fish wait overnight until the water from outside
>reaches room temperature. Then you can add the fish to your established

actually, that is great advice, they get used to the temperature over night. I do have extra airstones and a million buckets.


pZ -- Paul Cezanne
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