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  1. For those of you with some experience shipping fish . . . In general, what nighttime/daytime temps at the origin as well as destination cause you to include a heat pack in your shipment? Are there any other things to consider . . . like UPS vs. USPS in terms of heat pack use? When to use 40hr vs 72hr? I'm guessing there are probably a lot of variables involved in the decision, but I'm really just looking for some high-level tips without going down a rabbit hole of endless nuanced circumstances and scenarios. Thanks in advance for any advice anyone can share.
  2. Go and buy the brand new Aquarium Co-op Heat Pack!!!
  3. Do people generally put any sort of supplement in the water with their fish when they mail them? Do i need a heat pack? How many fish per bag? (1 month old mollies) Would putting carbon in the bag with them be a good idea?
  4. This thing! Was wondering if it's recyclable. Or if you guys had any idea on how to reuse it. It's too cool to throw out. X3
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