06-09-2008, 03:07 PM
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All I can ask is that you try your best, but keep in mind that the clearer the photos the better chance we have of resolving your issue.
Forgive me if I'm a bit surprised at your difficulty in answering the needed questions. These are all things that you should know about your tank, all very important pieces of information.
Not all fish are compatible, in any size tank. Water quality is the difference between life and death to a fish. It is impossible to know you are properly caring for something if you don't know for sure what it is... how then could you know what it needs? This leads directly to what you are feeding them... if you don't know the type of fish, how do you know what food to give, or how often?
What I am trying to say is that knowing these things is very important, and it shouldn't take a problem to find them out. You should also be aware of the nitrogen cycle and how it works, the filtration process, what kind of filter you are using, and everything else meant to keep your fish tank running and healthy. I hope this is a lesson to others before a problem sets in... please educate yourselves on what you are keeping. This is to your benefit as much as it is to your fish.