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Fish and Tanks
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Any members here who are into aquascaping and fish ?

I went to few shops.. like Sekama there selling quite expensive .

where can you get good price of aquarium stuff in Kuching?

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Try checking out the shop at MJC... right at the end of the shoplots. And also at Kenyalang commercial centre... near Mayflower bakery?

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depends on type of plants, fish & water creatures. the one at Green heights quite professional. the tauke knows the well. and he can import depends on your preference (that's what he told). look for the one with the well kept organic aquarium at the front of the shop. webbie keeping fish? what type?

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depends on type of plants, fish & water creatures. the one at Green heights quite professional. the tauke knows the well. and he can import depends on your preference (that's what he told). look for the one with the well kept organic aquarium at the front of the shop. webbie keeping fish? what type?


my 5 year old fish died recently and i got some gold fish to replace it.
now the tank is very empty. thinking to do some aquascaping.

where exactly in green height?

I was thinking to have stones, rocks and aquatic plants to be inside the aquarium. heh not really sure if it will blend with the gold fish. its one species of the gold fish. with red head and silver white body. small in size. i got 6 of them in total. very active and lively.

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for gold fish, just plain aqua with good filtering is ok. if you add grass, these dang fish will nibble it away faster than you can replace them. i though you wanted to plant aqua greenery...

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Gold fish eat grass?? o_O;

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Gold fish eat grass?? o_O;
yep, & even their own shit. hohoho...

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lol maybe i'll add some plastic grass. ahah see if they can nibble it.

btw how to maintain these aqua plants ? does aqua plants get the tank dirty? still thinking whether I shud get them or not.

My current idea is either big wood or odd looking rocks inside the aquarium. the black backdrop has already been done. stone bed flooring not yet, still looking for shops where I can get it at a cheap cost. would prefer white color ones.

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i recommend plastic la & those lasap looking white gravel (pure white is difficult to maintain). if you put big wood, be prepare that the goldfish will kay-kiang explore here & there later get caught between the wood & die like suffocate.
real plants a lot of maintenance, need to bury some carbon in the gravel, ammonia level, acidity Uv or yellow light, etc (not as simple as thought)... & the fish just always mess up your plants. if you get snails ... hohoho... bye bye lo, your aquarium finished egg...

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My friend's angel fish once got caught in between the decor stuff and died 'cause got stuck or something. -_-;

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