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Old 11-02-2012, 06:51 PM   #1
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Overeating angel

I think my angel is pigging out too much. I feed the fish their food then drop some pellets inflrthe Cories and a algae wafer for my albino BNP
My angel eats his food then eats whatever pellets it can find and I am now watching it eat the wafer what should I do? I mean he literally pushed my pleco off the wafer
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I think my angel is pigging out too much. I feed the fish their food then drop some pellets inflrthe Cories and a algae wafer for my albino BNP
My angel eats his food then eats whatever pellets it can find and I am now watching it eat the wafer what should I do? I mean he literally pushed my pleco off the wafer
Feed the angel with the lights on, then after the lights are off for a while feed your corries and pleco. The angel won't know its there, that always worked for me.
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Actually angels are one of the few fish that will keep eating if food is present until its gone. The above idea is just about the only way you can feed without the angel eating.
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