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Old 05-26-2005, 02:03 AM   #1
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Sad sad day

My iridescent shark, Dezy, died today. Unfortunately I had no idea he was even sick. All my water parameters are good, nitrates 0, ammonia 0, ph is still a bit high, 7.4. He was zipping around the tank, playful it seemed. Got back from work and there he was, dead. I really miss the little guy, he was such a cute fish.

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Awww...sorry to hear about Dezy. He was very pretty.
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Thanks, I really miss him already. It's amazing how attached you can get.
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Sorry to hear about ur shark.....i lost a gold fish today....maybe it just isnt a good day 4 the fish
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Sorry to hear about your shark, but don't feel too bad, very few ID sharks live very long in home aquaria as it is.
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