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My Poor Fish :(
I got an old aquarium from my grandmother. There was a kind of gold fish?
Shes never eat since my grandma move to a new home.
Alone in the aquarium with no food... about 3 months... in my grandma old house.
Shes doesnt move but still alive...
her fin is withered
when i get her into my pond...
shes moving :)
seems to be happy
but no so atractive, maybe shes in despered sufering :cry:
i hope u well soon
I hope the glodfish makes it and comes bacvk to the splendor they can have with all their color. Try feeding her some live food if you can get some to gter energy back up or try some blood worms.
mmm i wanna ask something about blood worms...
that was kind of embrio from a musquito?
:oops: It is the larval stage of a mayfly. :oops:
Corrrection: Bloodworms are the larva stage of Midge, not mayflies. Thank you Tophat for clarrifying that.
can't go wrong with handfed bloodworms. Your fishy friend needs your help asap.
Yeah the fish doesn't look too good. Be sure to keep the water clean and feed a variety of foods. Hikari is good, I believe they make flakes and pellets, and NLS is also very good (it's what I feed my fish), and Omega One is quality food.
If you have a source of live mosquito larvae, most fish like them very much.
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