Additionally there are certainly cooler spots in the pool, and night time cool downs. Edited by Leo1234, 26 June 2014 - 04:11 PM.
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Airstones exchange gas from the water they move. Airstones drive off CO2, which is what want for the fish, but it is also the CO2 plants need when the lights are on.