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Old 02-13-2012, 05:33 PM   #1041
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HAHA!! I was told "Call them what they are.... BABIES!!"
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Old 02-13-2012, 05:59 PM   #1042
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Why should you defrost them first?
Feeding your fish food that is still frozen can cause them temperature shock. In some cases it can kill them.
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:07 PM   #1043
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Feeding your fish food that is still frozen can cause them temperature shock. In some cases it can kill them.
Plus who likes cold? :P
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Oh. I've never defrosted mine.
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:58 PM   #1045
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Feeding your fish food that is still frozen can cause them temperature shock. In some cases it can kill them.
I dip mine in the tank water until there is no ice and the worms arent too cold, but still in a ball/cube shape. Its much easier to get it to the fish that need the worms.

Is this alright?
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I dip mine in the tank water until there is no ice and the worms arent too cold, but still in a ball/cube shape. Its much easier to get it to the fish that need the worms.

Is this alright?
Thats what I do!
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Thats what I do!
Yup! i like it because i can shake the cube in certain areas to get the worms to certain fish..
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When you have an earthquake and your worried to death if your tanks made it!
Had an after shock from eurkea on the coast. Everyone is fine
Maybe I should bolt and strap everyone down.....
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Glad to hear everyone is ok. Hope they didn't loose too much water from any sloshing about!
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Glad to hear everyone is ok. Hope they didn't loose too much water from any sloshing about!
Ya wasn't too bad, we've gotten worse. I guess that's what we get for sitting on a fault line. :P
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