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Old 08-07-2017, 11:42 PM   #1
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Fins are nipped

Hi everyone... I need help from u guys..*
I am new to aquarium.. a week ago I setup one fish tank with 4 gold fish and 3 guppies... I don't know how this gold fish fins are nipped.. plz help on this Click image for larger version

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Should heal up but get the store to check water chemistry eg ammonia. Is the tank cycled?

Also generally goldfish are coldwater fish and guppies are tropical temperature fish.
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