05-12-2007, 06:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Lupin
You're giving me nightmares, Julie. I shouldn't have read this thread.
Originally Posted by Julie
It's important that you feed the pellets and good to see that you are. You are probably doing this already, but put them in at ngiht after the lights are off, because they hide so much and I have heard of them starving to death because they won't come out in daylight to get their pellets.
*Keeps knocking wood*
Aww I'm sorry!
I have never had one, but was wanting to get one at a point (you may remember the one in the chatroom I was showing you) and so have researched them. I read this a few times. Apparently it's best to aim the food at their hiding place so they have a good chance of getting it before other fish eat it.
Once, though, they become accustomed to the tank, apparently they have a glutenous appetite! :)