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A few pics

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Being a bit thick i didn`t think i could get this to work :(
But it has :D
A pic of my zebra breeding tank
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Another shot
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And a coupe of zebs :D
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And a back shot
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Cant work out why there small but if you click on the pics you get a bigger one :?
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Lovely set up, like the slate construction using the caves - very happy zebras.
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Thanks seahorse.It took me ages to find any slate to make my caves,Swindon is a bit of a black hole for some things........in the end i had to "borrow" some from....well..... that would be telling :wink:
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Nice set up!
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I like it :) Have they spawned yet?
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Nice setup Mark, the zebras should be happy in there. :D
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Hey Mark how big is your tank? 8)
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No spawn as of yet but the tank is only been running full of zebras for a couple of months.
The tank is only 3"/1"/1" i`d like to go bigger but its about the limit for my bedroom floor as the celling plaster is cracking downstairs :roll:
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Markymole wrote:i`d like to go bigger but its about the limit for my bedroom floor as the celling plaster is cracking downstairs :roll:
Hi Mark, that doesn't sound too good. You might want to try and put the tank right in the corner of the room if it isn't already, this could help.

I hope you don't mind me saying but I noticed in one of your pictures that you do not have heater guards on your Heaters. It really would be advisable to fit one so that there's no chance of your precious zebras scolding themselves. They don't cost much and most LFSs have them in stock, just check to see what brand of heater fit the guard. Sorry to nit pick.

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Don`t worry Adam its as tight in the corner as i can get it :wink: thats what you get for living in an old house :roll: im just happy that the floor is sort of level :lol:
I have to say that i`ve never really thought about those heater guards,i`ll have to take a look at those next time im dont the fish shop :wink:
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Hey Marky what do you mean with 3/1/1? I'm from Holland so I don't know if you are talking in inches or someting? :oops: We calculate in centimetres ;)
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Sorry Lied,it was in feet but i`ll give you the centimetres :wink: 900mmx300mmx300mm it`s a bit on the small side but its better than nothing :(
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I don't think it's small mine's only 60*30*40 ;)
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