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    Default is my temperature alright?

    i have a diy chiller which is mount on a hang on filter.
    normally the temp would be around 25.5 deg.

    recently i got myself an external canister filter and found that the temp rose to abt 26 to 26.4 deg.

    is the temp alright for the shrimps?
    cos in order to have better filtration, i guess it was necessary to have a canister filter.
    but becos my diy chiller cannot bring the temp down to abt 25, would the shrimps still be fine? still an ideal temp for them to breed?

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    No problem...i am able to breed at that temperature.hmm..care to share how you do a diy chiller on your ex- hang-on filter??

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    Ya, I'm also interested to see your diy chiller... care to share????

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    actually i bought it online. it was a diy filter. did not diy myself. its pretty complicated thou. only know it can lower the water temp.

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