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  1. I got a 90 gallon with a sump I want to add a wave maker for a few different reasons. by doing a quick google search I read a few different topics sayin it shouldn't or cant be done. I'm lookin for more input on this, any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Hello, ive always thought about adding a wave maker into my 42gallon planted tank with my 8 tiger barbs, red tail shark, kribensis and 3 yoyos. ive never done it because I’m scared they’ll swim into it and become a fish horror movie. Could someone tell me if it’s extremely rare or if I should know something in specific that I don’t know about wavemakers and aquariums. should I add the wave maker and shouldn’t cause any issues? thanks for anyone’s time
  3. Hello! I have never used a wave pump before but have seen others use it. Is it a necessity for a tank with discus? What is its purpose? Thanks!
  4. Have a nicely planted 29gallon with 10 Harlequin Rasboras, 8 RCS, and 3 ottos(had 6, but 3 have passed away over last 6 months for unknown reasons). Anyways, just installed a 500gph circulation pump and WOW! It's like my tank has taken on a whole new life. The rasboras love swimming and chasing debris in the current. The shrimp and ottos are more active. The tank is generally cleaner. All the "bio-slime" from my driftwood blew off into my intake sponge. If you haven't used a circulation pump before, I highly suggest looking into it. I'll try to figure out how to put a picture on here.
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