Your fish are so lucky. Eat better than some humans lol. Looks good. I recommend just buying nori sheets at your local asian grocer. It's so much cheaper.
I tried finding an Asian groceries store in Fairfield. With no luck googling. But that is my next plan.Your fish are so lucky. Eat better than some humans lol. Looks good. I recommend just buying nori sheets at your local asian grocer. It's so much cheaper.
Im Chinese and felt the same way when I first looked for nori. Just look at the ingredients; roasted is fine. I also look for different color nori. Green is available everywhere but I only found one place that carries the red nori sheets.Being a white guy in an Asian grocery store looking for nori is always an adventure, everything is literally written in a foreign language and most of what I find is "seasoned" or "toasted" and "I'm like where is the plain" version!
The overflow has normal weir that is about 1/4” opening,(I think), and the fish is really small.Wow that’s a strange story... but I’m glad one of the missing fish turned up unharmed
I’m surprised a fish can get through your overflow, most tanks have grates to prevent this. Likewise most return pumps have grates to prevent larger things like fish from clogging your return.
Exactly my thoughts too.What amazed me that your pump didn’t chop your fish into food for other fishes.
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