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Old 10-18-2011, 05:35 PM   #1
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Heyy everyone i just added a new yellow tang to my aquarium but he seems to b only chilling on the bottom of the tank n move everyother time i tried feeding him n he wont eat or atleast doesnt seem like he does is this normal due to the fact that its a new environment to him or could there b something wrong either with him or my tank any advice plz??
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Old 10-18-2011, 08:58 PM   #2
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Relax give it a few days.. just stressed...
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Probably still acclimating to his surroundings! Make sure you have the lights off, that will help reduce stress.
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What about feeding wise today he seemed normal now his swimming around just like the other fishes but wen I feed him he doesnt seem to eat I already put some seaweed since I read about him n most of his diet consit of algea and seaweed since his a herbovour so is it normal for him not b eating at first
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Very normal at first. Give him a few days to acclimate to your tank. Some vegetable matter flakes would help like spirulina or similar if he`s not eating dried seaweed.
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How big is the tank?
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