Aquarium, Terrarium & Aquaponic Owners

If a fish or other aquatic creature dies in its tank, once you take care of that, make sure to test for unwanted bacteria.

Terrarium and aquaponic environments can breed some gross bacteria.

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Terrarium and aquaponic environments can breed some gross bacteria.

Warm-blooded pests could contaminate your entire tank or terrarium.

We recommend to test your tanks regularly, as suggested in these two articles:

E.coli in Aquaponics : Presence & Risk

High E. coli and dissolved oxygen levels found to be related to death of thousands of fish

Avoid fish and reptile illnesses by testing the tank water!

Keep your tanks & terrariums clean.

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