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"I have one, I'm almost positive it has something inside of it. Maybe some sort of worm or parasite. Though I am not 100% positive. It may be the intestinal tract movements are just very noticeable. If it is a parasite I would like to probably replace with a regular good nature pleco. It seems that a lot of people experience a sort of bloating with this fish. Although it appears to be large, I want to attribute this to it's rapid growth in the past two weeks and it does not have raised scales as would be expected with stomach dropsy."
"Jeremy"

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