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    Re: mudskippers

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    Oh another thing. They need brackish water. Meaning u have to buy sea salt that they use for marine tank and mix with water. And make sure u get a hydrometer to measure specific gravity
    I keep sulawesi shrimps, tetras, birds, exotic pets, herptiles and monster fishes.

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    Re: mudskippers

    I think if you go to beaches like changi beach park and pasir ris,you can use the water for mudskippers as I have seen mudskippers there before
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    Re: mudskippers

    Quote Originally Posted by Rutilans View Post
    I think if you go to beaches like changi beach park and pasir ris,you can use the water for mudskippers as I have seen mudskippers there before
    would be troublesome if you live far from those beaches. hahahaha
    I keep sulawesi shrimps, tetras, birds, exotic pets, herptiles and monster fishes.

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    Re: mudskippers

    Yeah.....maybe once in awhile get a big bag?should be able to last awhile since mudskipper don't really need much water
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    Re: mudskippers

    but we wouldn't know what the seawater might contain, that might be harmful for the mudskippers so it's safer to mix ur own water with seasalt...
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    Re: mudskippers

    Ok.....but then if the mudskippers there are ok,then there shouldn't be any harmful substance...right?
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    Re: mudskippers

    Well they may still be mudskippers but they may be waters very different from our own.

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    Re: mudskippers

    Yeah ok.maybe different species different level of salinity.
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    Re: mudskippers

    do you sell the muddskipers?

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    Re: mudskippers

    Quote Originally Posted by kennethc View Post
    Oh another thing. They need brackish water. Meaning u have to buy sea salt that they use for marine tank and mix with water. And make sure u get a hydrometer to measure specific gravity
    Are they hard to maintain? Does the tank smell after a few days?

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