02-11-2014, 12:05 PM
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I have 2 new baby angel fish that I bought and added 2:30 pm-ish yesterday. I thought for sure they would die last night, they were acting strange(jerky movements, gliding on their sides, looking with mouths pointing upward while mouthing at the water's surface. Last night, I added more ammonia & chlorine (ClorAM-X) remover just to try to help them survive, I think it got them through to see today. this tank is recently newly set-up everyone is doing fine but I am worried about them. Juvenile Angels are so fragile and sensitive to various types of changes within the tank. I notice them at the top of the tank mouth breathing often, then they act and look normal and repeat those behaviors. No-one is picking on them, surprisingly. I asked about the air-ration issue and posed the question to you earlier. Should I provide more air-ration? I mentioned that I have a 350 magnum canister filter and 2 bio-wheels running at the present time. They have been eating bloodworms & flake & food occasionally at rare moments check out the other side of the tank or slowly rather jerkily glide to different levels of the tank. I am just a bit rusty, this is my first 55 gallon tank in about 3 years. I have those angels and african dwarf frogs, plattys, gouramis. Do you have suggestions or recommendations?