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Can you put fish in a biorb?

Asked: Jacqueline M., Last Updated:

There are lots of small, tropical fish that could be kept in a BiOrb if a heater was added. Heat the water to a constant 24C and you could opt for Neon tetras, six of, Guppies, five of and some small algae-eating catfish like Otocinclus.

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