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Old 03-06-2010, 10:18 PM   #1
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Help, I am worried

I got a 6 inch snowflake eel yesterday. He ate 1 feeder shrimp yesterday and 1 today at around noon. About an hour ago I looked in the tank and saw him in the process of throwing up the shrimp. Is this normal?
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He might be choking on it maybe. I had one for a couple yrs and you are feeding too much. I would feed a store shrimp with the hard skin off. They need to be fed at the most every other day. That`s what I did with mine.
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ok thanks. i wondered if that was too much. Its a small shrimp, i think its called a ghost shrimp. I guess the eel is pretty small too though.
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