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Where did he go, could they have eaten him that quick?
I have a biorb full of male guppies, european neon tetras, harlequin rasboras and red tetras, last night my black pencil guppy was swimming around happy as pie yet this morning he has vanished, no sign of him what so ever, have done a water change this morning and replaced the air stone so have had the thing completely stripped down bare and still no sign of him, the only thing I can presume is that the other fish ate him over night, is this possible with this group of supposedly peaceful fish?
Now that seems mysterious. I can't imagine those fish would eat him. Beyond that he jumped out, and you have a cat or something that could have taken him. . . . or he died suddenly and all those fish ate him and left nothing behind. Wow. Curious what others say. Do you have crazy roommates that would play a trick on you?
Just because animals can't talk, does not mean they should not be heard
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They're in a biorb which has a lid so no way that it jumped out, and I don't have room mates, just annoying kids!! So I guess they ate him He was a middle sized guppy, I've got 2 bigger ones that are new and one tiny one. Would they only eat him if he was dead or would they eat him alive? He seemed fine when I went to bed
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