Automated fish health monitors?

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18 Sep 2015 16:02 #1 by JohnH
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Something to read - as the article suggests...'The Future'?

www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/content.p...ed?&utm_content=html

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18 Sep 2015 17:11 #2 by DiscoStu
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Interesting. As it says it would be very beneficial for expensive fish or a new set-up.

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19 Sep 2015 09:57 #3 by LemonJelly
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I can see the advantages for large public aquarium arrangements but not really for small domestic tanks. As fish keepers we spend alot of time looking at our tanks anyway and if this technology were set up on a home tank, the time it would really be useful, ie when you're at work or on holiday, would be the one time you couldn't do anything to remedy the situation. I don't think saying to your boss "I've got to get home, I think my guppy is dying!" is gonna cut it. Unless he mishears you and thinks you said puppy...

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19 Sep 2015 10:22 #4 by JohnH
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"... Unless he mishears you and thinks you said puppy"



Excellent, that made me smile.

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