i swear soon im gonna be outta fish in my little tank. and hopefully not my big discus tank.
but still i think my fish store sucks or something.
First i lost 2 adult danios.
then 2 guppies a male.female.
then i lost and a pleco.
then i lost another guppy a male
And then in my other tank - 2 dwarf rams and 2 rubber nose pleco
and then another 1 year old danio
then another two guppies male and female
and i had a nearly dead betta that i managed to save for now?
Three different tanks. was four. but moved the babys into the 10 gallon.
this is in about 2-3 month period.
water conditions are normal.
i could post them because its useless
right now i have a 1.5g with a betta.
a ten gallon with a 3 in shark and a bunch of guppies which i was going to give to my dad cause the babys got huge fast so took up alot of room. BUt not now , not to make his fish sick.
and then a 80 gallon. with 4 discus fish and 4 gouramis and some minnows
the discus tank has been perfect 100% perferct cause i cant afford to lose them at 50-100 dollars each.
All fish that died in there showed no visible signs of disease or being hurt.
discus are fine and healthy and showing there colors. and gouramis are so happy that i have four males and they are all making bubble nests.
but the last 4 fish i lost (my poor pregant guppy) in my ten.
were all bent? not straight curved.
no other visible signs except the pregnat one started to look like dropsy or just really pregnant.
Could my shark be killing them off slowly?
suck they lie about conditions and stuff. and a recent trip to edmotons pet store. proved that our red tail shark could grow up to like 4-5 inches? so we were planning on purchasing another tank a 29 gallon?
for him cause hes not growing and he is about 3" long.
but i have about 5 guppys left. and i dont know how long it will be before something happens to them.
could it be the shark? or even something in the water?
what could cause a fish to bend when they die?
like almost circle bend?