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To note: depending on the strength and size of the vacuum it may actually be a good idea to remove the betta from the aquarium. We’ve never heard anyone say that their betta has been sucked up a gravel vacuum whilst cleaning but it’s best to be cautious. The piping on most aquarium vacuums isn’t large enough to suck up a betta anyway. Just be wary when cleaning with your fish in the aquarium.
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For first time aquarists, cleaning gravel inside the aquarium may seem like a difficult task. Some may even attempt to completely empty the aquarium to replace water and then manually clean the gravel by hand. It is hard to believe that this really used to be how hobbyists used to clean their tanks. Thank god for recent developments which have made gravel cleaning easier and more efficient. 2Pcs Siphon Vacuum Pump Gravel Cleaner Aquarium Fish Tank Free Shipping
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A is a piece ofaquarium equipment. It is a rigid, plastic tube, generally about 2" indiameter which attaches to one end of a to allow you to clean the debris from part of the aquariumgravel with each of your .Oh no! You need to clean or buy some gravel and need to wash it! The substrate of a fish tank is a term used for the covering on the bottom of the tank. It is primarily used to enhance the beauty of an aquarium, but can also change the pH balance or chemistry of the water by introducing chemicals, minerals or particles into the water. It can also benefit or harm fish and other aquatic dwellers in the tank, so the substrate must be chosen carefully. Gravel is the most common type of substrate. It creates a natural environment for fish and other tank mates. It comes in several varieties and is easy to use. However, you must learn how to prepare fish tank gravel prior to placing it in your tank to protect your fish and other forms of aquatic life.The for tanks up to 55 gallons is a two-inch layer. For tanks larger than 55 gallons, two to three inches should be sufficient. Shallow layers of freshwater aquarium gravel can be unattractive, and deeper layers can be much more difficult to clean.You should clean your freshwater aquarium gravel no more often than once a week, possibly less frequently depending on how many fish are occupying your tank and how much uneaten food debris and biological waste is gathering at the bottom of the aquarium.The powerhead used in this video:

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Be safe and enjoy !In this video I describe my favorite 3 fish that are excellent gravel and sand cleaners for aquariums. These are corydoras, geophagus and loaches.

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