Any advice please (I'm not certain there is any, but I just thought I'd ask)? This heat is going to last all week.

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There’s a heatwave happening in Queensland, Australia. My tank with 1 betta and snail are swimming in 35℃ (95℉) water. I don’t have any de-chlorinated ice cubes to add to the water immediately (they’re in right now, but not ready). Any advice please (I’m not certain there is any, but I just thought I’d ask)? This heat is going to last all week.

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I can but I just did a pwc two days ago, and it’s so hot here the water turns warm in minutes

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Put whatever ice cubes you have in a zip lock bag and float that in the tank.

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I’ve heard running a fan across the top of the tank can cause evaporation and in turn cool the tank.

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freeze a soda bottle full of water and put it in the tank.

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