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Old 01-22-2006, 06:16 AM   #21
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If he wants to keep fish like this he needs to put the money in getting a bigger tank, going slower and read about the fish before you get it.
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I think this thread has run it's course and everyone just needs to move on.
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I saw on one of the other forums where he is having problems already. The butterfly is sick. That`s why I`m tough because I care for the fish.
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Whilst that may be true (and believe me I get annoyed at people who don't care about the fish) I agree with Fluff. Time to move on I think.
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I just found out that the Butterfly isnt sick. it is stress from acclimation. I was gentle, but the Tang has been getting really close and rubbing against the Butterfly.
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It doesn't nullafy the comments made by people above.
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As Hara said this thread is done. If he/she does not get the hint there is nothing else to be said to change that. Binary: I as well as others here are more than happy to help you. Just help us help you. We have nothing to gain other than helping you be successful. Please take the fish back to the LFS or find a good home for them. Start your tank out on the right foot.
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"Powder Brown Tang, and a Raccoon Butterfly" in a 55 =
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