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Old 03-10-2013, 10:13 PM   #11
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And that is not true haps and peacocks are both from malawi and do need high protein diets
They do not need a high protein diet. That's a quick way to lead to bloat.
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There carnivores meaning most of their diet is live food in the wild how is that not high protein
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There carnivores meaning most of their diet is live food in the wild how is that not high protein
They are omnivores. They primarily feed off of aufwuchs in the wild.
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They need some plant matter but they are labeled as carnivores
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You need to go do some research. Look up Malawi bloat.
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Thats primarily for mbunas show me an article that has haps or peacocks labeled as anything but carnivores
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I find that if i feed strictly pellets they dont poop as often i feel like they need some wetish food like frozen or live foods
Mine poop plenty just ask my filter! I feed NLS Thera a pellets and veggie flame. Mbunas
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