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No problem wannalearn, the more the merrier. Jeaninel that is what I was worried about when I talked about the temp. a fish ingesting a partially frozen cube and they are suseptable to temp changes. Am I being a neurotic mother? lol (I'm good at that by the way)
I haven't experienced any problems feeding them when it's partially frozen. Usually I defrost the cubes in a cup of water but for the bigger fish watching them trying to catch individual worms floating through the water kinds seems like a giant trying to catch a gnat.

150 Gallon - Mostly American Cichlids
135 Gallon - Angelfish Community
75 Gallon - Odd couple (Polleni/Angelfish)
55 Gallon - African tank
20 Gallon Long - QT
10 Gallon - Empty
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