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    Mouse in tank

    Here's a new one: I just found that my cats dropped a dead mouse into the top-up reservoir for my tank.

    I did a google search and didn't find much about this problem :b15: It couldn't have been there more than a couple of hours. Think it's any cause for concern?
    Nick

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    naaa.. I think the saltwater nuked what ever could have been on it..
    i think your ok.

    to be safe, you could run some activated carbon.

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
    planning next tank, possibly 60x30x20 on 2x plasma.
    updated: 2011/05/30

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    It was in the fresh water top-off tank, not the main tank.
    Nick

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    i...... hey cats will be cats, he is just trying to please you, damn you for spending so much time with those fish, i'll show you how much i love you.......


    i think you'll be fine but keep an eye out.
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    They wanted some mousey-fish soup!
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