keeping my tropical sepea tetra safe ivernight

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keeping my tropical sepea tetra safe ivernight

Postby tulsa3000 » Sun Oct 07, 2012 8:42 pm

I hope someone can hep me...I bought 6 serpea tetra a week ago, they have been fin nipping, I tried to give it time for them to settle but it has just got so bad I have had no option but to pull them out, they are now in a large bowl with a plant in the kitchen, do I leave them there or put them in the airing cupboard, one poss to cold and the other poss too hot, I have a lady getting them tomorrow as she has an empty tank at the moment? Any ideas? Thanks loads Sarah
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Re: keeping my tropical sepea tetra safe ivernight

Postby Carylnz » Mon Oct 08, 2012 7:21 am

Have you not got something, possibly the bowl they are in, that will float in the main tank? A ;plastic ice cream container or something will do. I would not think your hot water cupboard would get too hot and I have no idea what temperature your kitchen is so can't say if it would get too cold. As long as they are between 18 - 17C they will be fine until the lady collects them.
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