• Welcome to TONMO, a community of cephalopod experts, hobbyists and enthusiasts. Established in 2000, we are the founders of TONMOCON, and birthplace of World Octopus Day and Cephalopod Awareness Days. ...You can register here, and Introduce Yourself. To rid yourself of ads and enjoy other perks, become a Supporter for just $25/year. (Now accepting bitcoin & other crypto!) ...Follow us on Twitter and YouTube for more cephy goodness.
  • Looking to buy a cephalopod? Check out Tomh's Cephs Forum, and this post in particular shares important info about our policies as it relates to responsible ceph-keeping.

Heater for a Bimac



Joined
Feb 24, 2005
Messages
895
my house is about the same and i didnt use one for my bimac cause your return pump will heat the water a few degrees making it ok
 

Nancy

Titanites
Staff member
Moderator
Joined
Nov 20, 2002
Messages
5,811
When we say try to keep the tank in the low 70's, we assume you're having problems with the tank temperature being too high. Actually, bimics don't come from tropical waters, so they can live in lower temperatures - in the 60's is fine. People rarely need heaters for bimacs kept in the house.

Nancy
 

Top