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Old 06-26-2005, 07:06 PM   #1
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dying turbo?

how do i know if my turbo snail is dying he doesnt do much anymore but he is not closed up but he just doesnt look like he;s in good shape. my other turbo i have in there is doing great and is always moving around what do i do>?
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Old 06-26-2005, 07:21 PM   #2
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leave it in the tank and wait and see. Nothing you can do for a snail
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yeah but somehow i have gotten a lil ammonia in my tank so i have to get that out but i dont know if its the snail or what i have not seen anything else even close to death
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You can do a good size water change, get that ammonia down. In fact you should for all of your animals well being. Is the tank cycling?
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no tank has cycled but i did just change my filter in my power filter but i checked again today and there is no ammonia so its all good i think i was just not looking at it in the correct light.
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what size tank? do you have nay LR or your just using a hang on back filter..
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