Originally Posted by PaperclipGirl
I am sorry for your losses... I am so new to fishkeeping and I haven't lost any yet, but I fear it will be soon....
What happens now? When a fish dies do you have to clean the tank or just a partial water change?
Appreicated everyones kind words.
This is a very interesting question. Is there something you have to do when fish die? Or, do you simply remove them?
I also have another question. I have been moving feeding to every other day in an attempt to control algae. Could this have made the bigger fish "hungry and aggressive" ?
When I am around and just watch the tank, I never notice any aggressive behaviour other than the same type of fish chasing each other. No real aggressive behaviour from any of the fish that would suggest one is a predator.
The tank environment is very good. My water testing has always show solid consistancy. I do 40% pwc every two weeks.
Plant environment is very healthy. I believe I have a good tank.
All the more puzzling.
We hate losing fish here. Old age is the only excuse acceptable.....