I set this tank at 3 March 2019, but after the 21st day, I need to keep this tank in my warehouse. 99 days later This tank is so messy because I couldn’t take care of it, but all the shrimps are alive and healthy. This is the time to trim the plants. I don’t care about the design when triming the plants this time. The 122nd day, I receive a pair of fish. I add the indian almond leaves to help the fish acclimate faster and use dripping method to acclimate them. These fish can adapt to their new home properly. can you guess their species? The 123rd day, the water turn brown. I think I added too many indian almond leaves. I add more light and take some of the indian almond leaves. The fauna in this tank don’t seem affected by the parameter change, The 124th day, those fish didn’t touch the pellete so I bought some blood worms and silk worms. The 128th day, the male’s mouth looks swollen and he seems so stresed. That’s because he keeps his eggs in his mouth. Until the 131st day, he doesn’t come out of his hiding spot. In the 132nd day, he finally shows up. Perhaps, he give up on his eggs. The 140th day, there is an incident. This tank is full of fish pellets. Lesson learned,
Keep your fish food away from children. If this incident happens, suck the fish food using a tube immediately. I also use this opportunity to clean the glass. It’s better to clean the glass before suck the water. If there are so many fish food left, repeat the process after at least 15 minutes. I repeat this three times So the water become extremely clear. If done right, the faunas in the tank won’t be stressed. Look! He’s smilling. The snail try to run away from the camera. Not a chance dude! The male try to court the female, but rejected. I believe I can fly. Yay! The 149th day, this tank is so dark. This is because the floating plants cover the water surface. The background plants also seem ready to be trimed again. The summary… Thank you for watching.