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Old 08-19-2012, 07:59 PM   #11
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The tank was givin to me with the stipulation that I keep the fish so I don't have the option to restart if I had my choice I would make a reef but I have to work with what I got
Do what i did, just rehome them to a fitting bew owner, then tell everyone that you had a catastrophe and the tank crashed. Yes its a bot wring but it works
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Old 08-19-2012, 10:48 PM   #12
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And it's better for the fish.
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Old 08-20-2012, 01:30 PM   #13
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So what's so bad about this fish that makes it do I cant take care of them I'm new to salt but not aquariums I am a man of my word I told my friend that I would take care of this system now dose anyone have any advise that will help out someone that is actually true to there word and not just tell the person well they die and not feel bad about it he chose me cuz he has seen my freshwater tanks and loved them. Now I started this for advise and yes I got some but now I need some that will help me it's been 7 days now my ammonia is just a little high nitrites are good nitrates are good as well I'm doing a water change and I am running a r.o d.i system but the lion and the banded shark have not eaten yet do I need to put them back to live food or stick with frozen how long can they go without food before there's issues I really hope that someone can help me with this thanks
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Old 08-20-2012, 01:34 PM   #14
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If ammonia is high that's why they sent eating. Ammonia burns the fishes gills. Thus making them not able to eat. You need to immeadiatly do a water change yo dilute the ammonia. Also live food would be a good idea if they still arnt eating.
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Thank you very much Im doing a water change now when I get done I'll give it a day or two then check again if it's still hight I'll just keep doing water changes tell its right thanks
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Anouther question what type of cleaner crew can I put in with these fish ( lion banded catshark long horned cow)
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