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Old 12-15-2019, 01:06 PM   #1
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Giant angelfish

So today i went to my lfs and to my suprise they had something they never had before 3 XXL angelfish and these guyse are massive. Dont think they are aultum angelfish from what i know.. they where in this small tank with 2 giant pleco’s no price or any description on the tank.. i saw these guys where heavly damaged many broken fins and lots of scratches on there side.. unfortunetly it where 2 males and 1 female.. i only have 1 tank at home a 250 L planted tank.. so i asked the boss of the lfs if he would sell them becouse they would die there and they where so beautifull and massive so i had to take them and the boss said they are normally not for sale atm but since he knows me he said i could have them for 10 euro a piece since i couldent take 2 adult males i took 1 female and the most damaged male.. u fortently i needed to leave that other male behind.. i also have 2 small angelfish not small but juveniele and they did not like it at first but now they seem to not care about it anymore i hope i get these angelfish back healthy becouse they are just so stunning i needed to do a water change today normally a 50% weekly but since i dont wanne stress them out ill do it tomorow i know its not a ideal situation for my 2 other angels but i just couldent leave them behind they looked so worn down..
After a few ours they allready had some nicer color then in the lfs

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Beautiful angelfish
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Old 12-16-2019, 03:14 AM   #3
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Yes, they are stunning. They just have a lot of scratches on there body and there fins are verry damaged.. i hope they will heal up quick. Just not sure if these “scars” will go away
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Great story !!! Good on you !! Those fish Thank you and will now live long happy lives !!
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