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Anonymous - 2020-05-22
Can anyone help me? I have 2 bubble eye goldfish and they are at the bottom of the tank barely moving but still breathing, they at times float around the tank but they actually don’t swim the water flow just pushes them around. I’m really concerned and not sure on what to do.

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david heap - 2020-05-18
I have over the lst 5 years had Koi with 1 fantail,. I have seen all the koi at some time feed but never the fantail, what and when does it feed?

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Jay - 2020-05-16
Has anyone ever kept the Needle Nose with Tiger Barbs and Clown Loaches? I am wondering if they would try to eat the Tiger Barbs? My Barbs are rather on the large end so I was wondering if I could add a trio of Needle Nose with them? The tank is 75 US gallons.

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Anonymous - 2020-05-03
Saved one of these from my Science teacher of all people. It had been in a miskept tank, and looked rather dull when I received it. Survived a walk home from school, and placed into my 20 gallon planted with Tiger Barbs. It recovered very well and saw its gray turn into gold within a few days, the barbs left him alone as he was 4 inches and they were 2. Lived out his last months in a nice planted tank, so I'm glad he found his way to my tank. Very forgiving and hardy fish indeed.

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Maddy - 2020-05-01
I've had my two bleeding heart tetras for about a year now. I chose the hearts because of how beautiful they are, they immediately caught my eye! When I got them, they were planned to be tank mates with my female betta. They all surprisingly got along, but recently my female betta passed. My bleeding heart tetras, panda and pocky, seemed kinda sad and wouldn't swim around after my betta died, so I went out and got 5 neon tetras. everything seemed fine the first day, but each day after, one would disappear. Only one neon tetra survived and it's in a different tank now. But after I rearranged Panda and Pocky's tank they are more active now! Their current tank mates are 6 ghost shrimp and one snail. They are very nice to the shrimp, thankfully. These guys are very beautiful and relaxing to watch. They're aggressive to smaller fish, but they haven't hurt any shrimp so far!!

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Animal-World info on Redcap Oranda Goldfish
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josh - 2017-11-06
I have a red cap Oranda and when i looked at her today, It looks like either something ate the red cap off her head or it rotted off. Has anyone dealt with anything like this - I gave by weekly water changes and take special care of my fish so I have no idea how on earth this could have happened. I Recently put in an anti-algae chemical but I’ve never seen her in such bad shape and I’m very worried. Any advice would be greatly appreciated

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  • Brian Dwyer - 2020-04-28
    This red cap is called a wen. As beauriful as it is and gets more beautiful as the fis ages, I can have its own problem. In its tine folds and crevices where bacteria can thrive as well as fungus. To avoid this I would be careful to give the water in the tank top priority. You should be using a canister filter and water changes 1 at least once a week. Having spent years raising the beautiful Discus which requires very pristine water for survival needing several water changes weekly depending on the its condition.. \I would first quaratine tank and treat it with one of the many treatments on the market. I use
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Anonymous - 2020-04-24
I have an approx. 15 inch long leopard Plecasamus who has eaten every fish of different breeds, and sizes that I have put into the tank with him. I feed him algae tabs etc. Is this normal?

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Martha - 2020-04-17
Our knife fish did it again... we now have 4 in the tank. We don’t have room for this many knife fish. Now I’m going to have to net one and sell it to the fish store that we purchased the original 2 from.

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Animal-World info on Common Goldfish
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Bee - 2020-04-09
When was this encyclopedia piece published? I would like to reference it for a research proposal.

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  • Editor's Note - 2020-04-10
    The article was published on January 8, 2009
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Animal-World info on Texas Cichlid
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Dan Lewis - 2005-05-13
I have had my Tex for about 2 years he is about 7 inches now. He has killed all other tank mates up to this point but recently I put a divider in the tank. I have placed a baby Jaguar Cichlid in the other side and a large Pleco in his side. The Pleco has taken a beating but is fine now. The baby Jaguar has gotten through the divider and is still alive! The Tex even protects him, they swim together, eat side by side, and if the Pleco comes close to the baby Jag he gets a stern warning by the Tex. I have never seen this sort of behavior before, I am truly shocked (and happy). As a side note try feeding your Tex right out of your hand, just watch out for them teeth!

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-01-15
    Sounds like they enjoy having company, very cool they are getting along:)
  • Wolfman🐺 - 2020-02-01
    Thats why I'm putting a pair of [SMALLMOUTH BASS]. to breed in a long long long long 40 gallon tank and move the female to another big tank after they spawn the male will care for the babies. I will add 4 male pumpkinseed sunfish, 2 clown loach catfishand 1 single male Rio grande texas cichlid that will live in a cave in a dark area with red coral trees.😁😁😁😁😁😁😁👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
  • Ronnie - 2020-05-16
    What size tank did you have? I have mine in with plecos and other cichlids and mines calm, granted she's a female and small, she doesn't bother anyone
  • Wolfman🐺 - 2020-04-07
    Let a Texas try that with a male smallmouth bassfish he would get beat up.😄 HA HA.
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