Thread: Question: Best Filter for my Situation?

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Old 11th August 2015   #4
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I would fill the tank up and use more water. I'd use a hang on the back filter with extra biological medium. 3 axolotls in a 20 gallon tank is o.k. if it is a twenty long. If it is a 20 high it probably will not work. You will have to watch your parameters closely.
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