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Old 02-09-2012, 08:46 PM   #1
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flame angel

So I came home from work today and found my dwarf flame angel pressed up against a rock and seemed to be laboring to breathe. I got him off the rock and he just kind of floated around with the current. He's been fine and eating regularly. I tested the water and found no problems. The nitrates have actually never been better. I did a pwc just to see if that would help, but nothing changed. Any ideas?
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