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hygger Submersible Fountain Water Pump

Posted By nashihoude 224 days ago on English - With hygger fountain water pump, you can bring a touch of life to your yard, patio, and garden. The quiet design has the smooth sound of water flowing during summer days without disturbing birds, bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to stop by and enjoy the fountain and drink. It comes with two adapters for use with 5/8-inch and 1/2-inch ID tubing.  

hygger Aquarium Tiny Titan Water Heater

Posted By nashihoude 475 days ago on Sale - Tiny titan water heater with thermostat for 1-20 gallon tanks, the tiny heater is for saltwater or freshwater aquariums such as betta tank, turtle tank, shrimp tank, and planted tank. As a tiny titan compact water heater, there is a built-in shatterproof quartz tube wrapped with two heating element mica plate and nickel wire, along with high-impact plastic housing, hygger titan water heater ensures the safety of your aquatic pets while...

Hygger Double Quartz Heater for 5-237 Gallons

Posted By nashihoude 556 days ago on English - Hygger 019 quartz heater has a built-in intelligent LED digital temperature display and three temperature probes, it can monitor the real-time water temperature, and the temperature accuracy is ± 1 °F. Install a quartz heater with a strong suction cup bracket, it can stably be fixed in every corner of the fish tank. Suitable for freshwater and saltwater aquarium from 5 gallons to 237 gallons.

How many fish in a 5 gallon tank

Posted By nashihoude 613 days ago on Articles - You can keep about 4-6 fish in a tank this size as long as each fish is not larger than 2 inches. The one-inch fish per gallon rule would apply to most smaller fish breeds like Tetras, Rasbora, and more. Fish that can grow larger than 2 inches are not recommended for a 5-gallon tank.

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