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Old 08-08-2013, 06:01 PM   #1
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Fish not eating meat?

Hey everyone, for some reason what ever kind of meaty food I give to my clowns or Midas blenny, they just chew and spit back out. The size of the food are very small and fit their mouths. I feed them frozen PE mysis that I bought from petco and frozen krill that I chopped into small mouth sized pieces. They don't eat any of this. They only eat pellets, flakes, and dried out brine shrimp... Do they not eat the mysis because it contains shells? Not sure! Has anyone else had a problem with this and have a solution?
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