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Anybody use Seachem Purigen? How much is 100ml in Singapore?
 

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Surprised to find out that Seaview actually managed to relocate to a decent size location. Rare to find such big aquarium shop these days, other than Qianhu, Rainbow and Mainland.
 

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dunno is my tank problem or what the fishes i bought from seaview is killing my fishes...

i added the new fishes to a hospital tank with medication just in case the fishes have parasite or ill the next day all look ok so shift all to fishes to the main tank hours later my old fishes started died...

symptom like the fish's head isdown cannot swim properly, fins missing, within one night 5dead head missing...
 

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dunno is my tank problem or what the fishes i bought from seaview is killing my fishes...

i added the new fishes to a hospital tank with medication just in case the fishes have parasite or ill the next day all look ok so shift all to fishes to the main tank hours later my old fishes started died...

symptom like the fish's head isdown cannot swim properly, fins missing, within one night 5dead head missing...

hmm what kind of fish?
 

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The rest of the fish seems to be doing fine now :look: Gonna keep checking for a week. Is too much plants a problem??? :sad:

Doesn’t make sense that the tail of the guppy become completely gone overnight
Side note all my guppies are male so i suspect they were being territorial

It's your tank system problem not the fishes.... sound like you never cycle the tank things cant breakdown properly causing your fishes to fall sick...
 
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Hey guys, any1 using fluval series tank for shrimps keeping? Is fluval worth getting? I like how they come with everything needed, abit exp though.. any alternate brands to recommend? TIA
 

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Hey guys, any1 using fluval series tank for shrimps keeping? Is fluval worth getting? I like how they come with everything needed, abit exp though.. any alternate brands to recommend? TIA

Fluval tanks are decent and fuss free. aesthetically pleasing too.

but its cheaper to get the tank and equipment separately from other brands.
 

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The rest of the fish seems to be doing fine now :look: Gonna keep checking for a week. Is too much plants a problem??? :sad:

Doesn’t make sense that the tail of the guppy become completely gone overnight
Side note all my guppies are male so i suspect they were being territorial

Heart pain seh my favourite whiptail also gone :(

within 1 week 10 fishes gone, tried to medicate the tank still fail
 

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Hey guys, any1 using fluval series tank for shrimps keeping? Is fluval worth getting? I like how they come with everything needed, abit exp though.. any alternate brands to recommend? TIA

Nice design but overpriced.
 

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Maybe its the SAE at first i thought might be the SAE not compatible with the other fishes :(

Heart pain seh my favourite whiptail also gone :(

within 1 week 10 fishes gone, tried to medicate the tank still fail
 

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My mother just told me tetra will nip on guppies is that why my guppy died
 

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過路稻草人™;114925722 said:
I always have problem with Y618 livestocks. Especially cardinals.

Seaview batch i kept for 4 years with no issue.

I got my hari raya money. Wanna get a new tank. :D

Where to go for a two feet crystal tank? Anybody?
 

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Are guppies or goldfish easy to maintain? Heard die easily..

If you know the basics of maintaining an aquarium and more importantly maintaining it, then yes, those two species are easy to maintain. Guppies are particularly fun because they breed easily and with a 2 feet tank and just 5 guppies (2 male), you will soon have the tank full of them.
 
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