Okay,first off, when I got my fish, I knew almost nothing as far as how to care for them.
I have two freshwater fishtanks- one has a london shebunkin (spelling?) in it & the other USED to have a black moore and a standard goldfish. Used to because the moore has eaten the goldfish..which I've read usually happens the other way around. Okay, the top tank is doing great, its the moore's tank I am concerned about. Since I knew nothing about fish care, (& it came from a yard sale) the tank did not have a filter installed. I picked up some external filters, but due to the shape of the tank and how the lid sits, I cannot put it in. It needs an undergravel filter, but not only do I not have a tank for him to stay in while the other one sets up, but I have no idea what to buy, what size, how to work it, nothing. Any advice? The tank is a Galaxy 5, which searching proves to apparently not exist.
btw, I do regret getting fish without taking the time to be informed, so I don't need any directions on my guilt trip.
Last edited by evil_vegan; 05-22-2006 at 07:58 PM.