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  1. i have 60 gallon fish tank with 11 comets 1 black moor 1 ryukin and 1 fish bigger than ryukin but i dont know its name. i have a heater the water is always at high 60's. i went to petsmart yesterday to get the water tested, they said the water is fine. the problem is all the fishes in the tank especially blackmoor dont want to swim they are always at the middle of the tank and seems like they are sleeping. the problem is not sbd cuz once they swim they swim just fine... what could be the problem? ;(
  2. Hello fellow fish lovers, I am writing you all today because I've had enough of the horrible treatment fish receive as pets. I am starting a fish advocacy front to address the misconceptions about fish keeping that lead to millions of deaths of pet fish. I'm hoping to get people interested in joining in on this. I want to change how the world sees fish. We've all seen the videos on YouTube that appall all of us. This kind of abuse it what arises because the general population does not have respect for fish as a species. They deserve rights, just like cats, dogs, and other pets. I am looking for anyone who wants to take part in changing the world! Web developers, writers, photographers, fish gurus, and just general fish lovers! Please let me know if you're interested. I'm in the process of building a website currently. Send me a message, reply to this topic or send me an e-mail at hbrolander@gmail.com Thanks guys!!
  3. Ammonia Level ? * Nitrite Level ? * Nitrate level ? * Ph Level, Tank ? * Ph Level, Tap ? * Brand of test-kit used and whether strips or drops. None * Water temperature? Not sure * Tank size (how many gals.) and how long has it been running? 10 gallon, for about a year * What is the name and "size of the filter"(s)? Aqueon Meduim * How often do you change the water and how much? once every 2 months, 85% * How many days ago was the last water change and how much did you change? about 3 weeks ago, about 85% * How many fish in the tank and their size? 4, about 2 inches * What kind of water additives or conditioners? API Tap Water Conditioner * What do you feed your fish and how often? Tetra Sinking Goldfish Granules * Any new fish added to the tank? Yes. One small fantail and one black moor. * Any medications added to the tank? No. * List entire medication/treatment history for fish and tank. Please include salt, Prazi, PP, etc and the approximate time and duration of treatment. A long time ago, one of my tanks had protozoa, killing all my fish. The pet store guy recommended a protozoan killer called "Aquari-Sol". My entire tank died, and he recommended I use a few drops on the other tank, just to prevent another outbreak. I did for about the next 2 weeks. I haven't used it again in that tank in about a year (the outbreak happened a few weeks after the tanks was set up) * Any unusual findings on the fish such as "grains of salt," bloody streaks, frayed fins or fungus? There are red spots on the fish that look like blood. * Any unusual behavior like staying at the bottom, not eating, etc.? Behavior appears to be normal. About a week ago, I placed two new fish in my tank. About 3 days ago, I noticed bloody-red dots on the side of my shubunkin. I wondered if the newly-added black moor was attacking it, but black moors (or so I have heard through research) are rarely aggressive. Besides, the shubunkin could have easily out-swam the black moor. In addition to this, I've observed the black moor for any signs of aggression, but the most it has done is gently nibble the sides of a fish it coincidentally came across. The shubunkin's red dots looked as if someone had stained a paper with a red sharpie, just allowing the dark red ink to saturate in one area. There were also a bit of what looked like blood to be on its fins. Now, it is brown on its fins, as if the blood dried off. The two giant red dots that were once on its sides are gone, but new dots have begun to form, and a small red dot on its fin has GROWN. It can't be blood, can it? Is something feasting on the shubunkin? If it is, wouldn't there be blood in the water? I did not find the water to be red. Could it possibly be minor internal bleeding from being over-fed? Am I over-exaggerating? Here is a picture of the growing red dot under its fin. Notice there are also some red stuff on its fins. I may seem paranoid, and I apologize, but I don't want any more fish to die, since my last tank was destroyed by protozoan.
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