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- To: live-foods at actwin_com
- Subject: Plastic pools
- From: "David W. Webb" <dwebb at ti_com>
- Date: Fri, 22 Aug 1997 10:57:44 -0500
- Conversation-Id: <BMSMTP87226504415a0206807 at dsks52_itg.ti.com>
As pointed out by Bill Gallagher of the killies list, now is a good time to
buy plastic wading pools for kids (or for raising daphnia, bloodworms,
mosquito larvae, glassworms, etc).
These pools don't have much going into them, and they do degrade due to
exposure to sunlight. Heat and cold aren't too great for them, either.
However, they're normally non-toxic, and can be a great, cheap source for a
temporary 100g tank.
I did a few calculations and found that with a circular pool, filled with
12" (30 cm) of water:
36" -> 53 gallons
48" -> 94 gallons
60" -> 147 gallons
You can quickly and cheaply add significant water handling ability to your
fish room or backyard if you need it.
David W. Webb Texas Instruments
(972) 575-3443 (voice) http://www.dallas.net/~dwebb
(214) 581-2380 (pager) 2145812380 at alphapage_airtouch.com