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"I have a small marbled lungfish about 10', but it got attacked by my Terrapin which is about the same size, maybe larger. The fish got two of its 'legs' bitten off halfway, along with the tip of its tail. Mine is an P. A. Congicus, and I have two blood parrots and a short-body oscar in my pond along with a 10-year old red-eared slider. What would you recommend I do with my lungfish? Will the 'legs' and the tail grow back and what medication should I use for him? And at which size would he be safe to return to the pond? The blood parrots and the oscar usually stay at mid-surface level, so they most likely would not be attacked by the lungfish."
"Crocoduck"

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