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Dim ambient light and turn aquarium light off. Light can be a source of stress for newly arrived specimens. For their well-being turn off bright aquarium lights and dim ambient lighting.
Float your bag. Float the sealed bag in your tank for approximately 15 minutes. This will allow your specimen to acclimate to your tank temp slowly.
Empty contents into a container. Gently empty out ALL the contents from bag into clean tub or bucket. Be extra careful when handling sensitive species that cannot be exposed to air. Use appropriately sized container to ensure your secimens are fully submerged.
Drip Acclimation. Set up a drip line by using airline tubing, creating a syphon and tying a knot 3 inches from the end. Adjust the drop rate by tightening or lessening until approx. 3 drops per second drip into container from tank. Allow water to fill the container until water doubles. This should take about 30 minutes to and hour.
Continue Acclimation Process. Once water level doubles remove Half the water contents and allow level to double once again . Suggested acclimation time should be between 1-2 hours. For more sensitive species these same steps can be followed with slower drip rate to reduce stress on the specimen.
Empty Specimen into tank. Using a smaller container scoop out your animal without exposing to air. Gently submerge into your tank and allow fish to swim out or manually place the less mobile specimens in desired locations.
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