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|First casualty while waiting for replacement tank|
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Today we found the largest of the Silver Sharks 8ins-20cm I have only bought small SS and I think it could easily be an old fish.
A replacement could be a SS or a CL
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|Posted 17-Jan-2008 07:08|
oh thats no good,well you cant say muc or do much if you think he was older
|Posted 17-Jan-2008 07:41|
ah that sounds bad - any idea how old he could have been?
|Posted 17-Jan-2008 20:52|
Man, sorry to hear that, it's tough to lose big fish.
The aquarist is one who must learn the ways of the biologist, the chemist, and the veterinarian.
|Posted 17-Jan-2008 23:47|
Sorry to hear that Keith.
My brother had to move house twice in month and his two 4ft tanks with it. The loss tally is up to 4 I think now. 2 were his favourites that hed had for a long time. I helped rescue a large catfish just last week that was getting harassed by the others. It however lasted but two days in the hospital tank b4 it finally gave up.
|Posted 17-Jan-2008 23:52|
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