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Old 12-28-2006, 02:44 PM   #1
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dead baby PJ

Well I woke up this AM to find my new baby PJ Cardinal dead under a rock....Im thinking maybe because it is premature? (it was about the size of a dime) and last night when I saw him (3 am) he was fine, I fed them yesterday at about 10 pm, I did NOT see him eat but figgured he got a piece anyways....anyone know why he has died? My mom is extremely sad/. agravated im sad as well as he was soo cute!
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Old 12-28-2006, 04:52 PM   #2
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How was he acclimated what are your tests showing ?
perhaps it was the stress of the move not sure .
I always test before and after adding a fish to be sure that nothing is amiss .. if there is the slightest question about this then I do not add any thing . till after a few water changes and testing agian . you added 3 fish in one night right ? If so that was to many at once .
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It sometimes hurt to add smaller fish as they get picked on unmerciful sometimes. Sorry about your loss.
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I only added 2 at the time, and I drip acumulated him (only one I do now) brb with the test results
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