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Old 02-03-2013, 10:11 PM   #1
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Sick sea horse

I've had 2 sea horses for about a month now. They've been doing very well, I have them eating frozen mysis shrimp. I went out of town after feeding them Saturday morning. I got back Sunday night and noticed I had left the lights off the entire time. 1 seahorse is doing good swimming and eating. The other seems slow and is lying down a lot, he is not eating. Should I be worried? What should I do, please help
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