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"Hi, We have had an African Knife fish for around 15, 16, or 17 years or maybe longer. He has been alone for several years (he killed off all tank mates years ago). He is in a 70 gallon and around 12 inches and has seemed fine living this way all along. He mostly eats blood worms and occasionally gets small live feeder goldfish or rosy reds. Recently, (within a day or so after he was fed a treat of feeder goldfish) he can't straighten himself out when he sits or swims. He is like in an extreme 'U' shape all the time. He still eats and otherwise healthy looking. He also has became extremely shy. He was so beautiful before this. Not sure if it is old age or if something else is going on. Anyone out there know??"
"Me Davi"

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