Upgrading the Shrimp Tank from start to finish

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The Dennerle 30L Shrimp tank was beautiful, but I had to tear it down to make way for this 64 litre. \r
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List of what I use below:\r
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Cheap LED lights: \r
Eheim 150W heater: \r
Aquael filter: (Shrimp safe)\r
Dennerle Substrate 1: \r
Petex Substrate: \r
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When I used this 64 Litre tank for lots of different fish before I upgraded I used a Fluval 206: one of the best rated filters on Amazon. However for a few neons and shrimp I just use the sponge one linked above.\r
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I said the Neons were only in the 30L temporary and this is what they have been upgraded to. I now have 12 Neons, and 6 Red Cherry Shrimp. \r
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Im hoping the Shrimp breed like crazy, and the Neons also breed, but well see about the neons.\r
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I used everything from the 30L and transferred it to this tank. the whole process took about 2 hours. The only new thing I added was an extra bag of gravel.\r
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To read more about this tank, and its updates see the blog posts here: \r
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Let me know what you think in the comments below and subscribe as ill be posting updates. All questions welcome icon smile Upgrading the Shrimp Tank from start to finish \r
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Whole video recorded on iPhone 7 and edited in Premiere Pro.\r
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