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    Discussion in 'Snakehead' started by NikosKoul, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:24 PM.

    1. NikosKoul

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      I ll ask something stupid but i want to..
      can i keep a channa aurantimaculata without chiller from July to September in 30-32C? I found one great golden cobra 35cm for 250€ but i cant purchase a teco and the snakie it ll goes too much
       
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      I personally wouldn't. Temperatures might get that high for s few weeks a year in their native range, but I don't think they are comfortable a that temperature for long.
      Defiantly not worth risking €250, I would say
       
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      30-32 is too much for auranti , if u cut the temperature up to 26-26c by putting simple cooler in room as i do ,,it will be okay,
       
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      I bought chiller Tr150 teco guys i m fine now :)
       
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