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Old 06-13-2004, 10:01 PM   #1
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Just moved a 75 gal established reef tank with a blue and yellow tail damsel, Sailfin Tang, and a Flame Angel. All of the corrals are doing fine and everything has eaten except the Flame Angel
Please share any tips on how to get fish to start eating again after a very long move

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It may take a couple of days. Everyone here has recommended "garlic extreme" I think. It's a supplement to increase their appetite.


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I agree...give it time. If the angel was eating before, I expect it will start eating again once it settles down from the move. It may take a week or 10 days even. It can't hurt to try the garlic extreme either.
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