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Old 03-24-2012, 08:56 PM   #11
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My bird wrasse did that for a couple days then started eating again. Just make sure water quality is good and that's all you can do I guess. Gl

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Originally Posted by Bryceguam
But it doesn't explain why they are totally missing the food.
Yes it does.

If there is ammonia in the tank they will have been poisoned.

If I poisoned you, do you think you would have the co-ordination to eat?

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food, missing

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