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Old 02-03-2014, 06:12 PM   #1
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Clownfish won't eat!

Hey everyone, I recently added a second clownfish to my 20g nano. I made sure the food I had at my house was the same as what they feed them at the LFS. The first one I got from them eats all the food fine. The second one however won't eat! I have had him for about a week now and have tried everything. The weird part about it is his colors are looking better then before. I have already tried garlic, and it didn't work. What should I do? Why aren't his colors fading if he isn't eating or anything?
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