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    Guys I need to transport 2 kulhis and 2 very small plecos, the problem I have is that I am driving them from Ontario up to Oakland and I'm wondering how if they will be okay that long in one of those little pet carrier things without air stone or filtration.

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    Look into a battery operated air pump, most lfs sell them in case of a power outage.

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    dont feed them for 2-3 days take out any driftwood in the tank and maybe add some prime to the water in the fish carrier, and they should be ok but if you want to be even more safe then get a battery operated air pump but still do the other thing it stops them from getting stressed

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