An African tree frog was discovered on a truck at work. I converted the tank into a home for it after I couldn’t find a pet store or any place willing to accept and care for the frog. When the frog passed, I exited the tank at the city’s disposal site. I put it in a contractor’s garbage bag and smashed it with a hammer so no one would pick it up thinking they had a free aquarium and went through the same thing I did and killed more life forms with it. Unfortunately, to avoid the risk of contaminating the water and experiencing a similar situation, the best thing to do is to never put the object in the aquarium again. Get a new ornament. Don’t take risks. If soap gets on the tank, the tank is considered an aquarium.
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It may be safe to use as a reptile terrarium but after soap or any chemical is toxic to aquatic life, it will no longer be able to feed the aquatic life. One way is to use a “hydroelectric” system, with a “radiator” filled with black paint that catches the sun outside, and a smaller pump and radiator also known as a heat exchanger. heat in the tank. You may also need an electrically controlled water valve – to prevent the system from working backward at night. If you can place the outdoor “radiator” lower than the aquarium, you may be able to get enough flow without a pump (though, again, be wary of the system running in reverse at night . You may not need to put the “radiator” outside – it can work well next to a sunny window What I’ve used for years is a stirling motor as an aerator, heating its “hot” side with a small electric heating element and using the tank as a radiator. It made for an interesting dialogue.