03-22-2013, 11:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Olympia
Nawh, fish are cold blooded, so their systems work a little different than ours. They need a lot less energy since they don't have to heat themselves (mammals and birds spend a ridiculous amount of energy keeping themselves warm).
That is correct. Cold blooded animals do not burn calories maintaining their body temperature, and so they use considerably less calories.
Nuttawet - I'm not exactly sure what to make of your post.... Sounds like you've killed 20 dwarf gouramis because you refused to provide them with a proper diet?? How did you determine that they died from dietary deficiency?