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Old 10-18-2005, 05:00 PM   #1
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I had been feeding Omega One flakes in my community tank for awhile, until I ran out. I recently bought some NLS flakes because I heard really good things about the food. I've been feeding the NLS flakes for a few days now and they don't seem as "ravenous" as before when fed. Is this normal? Should I just give them some time to get used to it? The NLS container is pretty big and I don't want to waste it.
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they are probably just trying to adjust to something new, give em time
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It took my angelfish a few days to get used to Omega One after several months of Ocean Nutrition food. Now they'd chew my fingers off at feeding time if they could.
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I agree once your fish get used to the food, they will gobble it up like crazy.
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