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Black moor dying help!!!
Old 03-07-2007, 07:03 PM   #31
 
ok i got a filter with the same tank and i found out i suck at fish keeping...one of my red fishes have black spots on his back and he lacks movement as he swims and sits at the very bottom of the tank help????
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Old 03-08-2007, 01:18 AM   #32
 
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I don't wish to be rude, but you do realize that you're going to sit there and just watch the fish die, right? Everyone here that has attempted to help you has given good advice, and if you notice, everyone has said the same things... those fish can't stay in that bowl or they will die. The filter and daily water changes might buy them a few days or weeks, but I tried hard to make it clear in my last post that this is strictly TEMPORARY to get the fish through until you can move them. If you can't take care of them properly, you need to get rid of them. Give them back to the fish store and find something that WILL fit into that bowl.
Goldfish are a lot of work even in a proper environment. Put bluntly, you are poisoning these fish, please stop! It is pointless for you to keep asking for our help if you don't wish to listen to the advice given. There is no way to make this work, no matter how expert you are at fish keeping... your situation is impossible the way it is now. The right thing to do now is to get those fish out of that bowl and into a proper environment, whether you provide it or someone else provides it, doesn't matter... they are going to die if you don't.
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