Urgent Clownfish Breathing Very Heavy....

Discussion in 'ASAP' started by RutgersReef, Jun 20, 2013.

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  1. RutgersReef

    RutgersReef Bristle Worm

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    just got home... the verdict is... snail food :,( thanks anyway guys...
     
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  3. tgood

    tgood Sea Dragon

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    sorry for the loss, hopefully the place you bought from has a 30 day guarantee... something had to be wrong with the fish obviously because the other fish is fine.
     
  4. oldfishkeeper

    oldfishkeeper Giant Squid

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  5. diverdan

    diverdan Bangghai Cardinal

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    Sorry for your loss.
     
  6. RutgersReef

    RutgersReef Bristle Worm

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    it's nice to know people care haha, appreciated fellas
     
  7. Vinnyboombatz

    Vinnyboombatz Giant Squid

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    Very sad.:cry: Don't forget the lady.;)
     
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  9. Wattanasmith

    Wattanasmith Plankton

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    Hi there again..i did some research and i came up with this that, normal tap water is drinkable iin most countries cause it is treated with chlorine to remove impurities, but this water is perfectly unsuitable for the fish to live in. So my advice would be that you use some aftermarket water conditioners which remove Ammonia, chlorine and some other chemicals..and sorry for the other post..i read it and i realized that it was really of no use..but this could be your solution.l
     
  10. RutgersReef

    RutgersReef Bristle Worm

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    Thanks for the advice: however, I already do so and my other fish are completely fine. Have a nice day.
     
  11. tgood

    tgood Sea Dragon

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    I would not use conditioned tap water IMO. RO/DI is the way to go for pure water.
     
  12. RutgersReef

    RutgersReef Bristle Worm

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    It is first on my list of future purchases - as a college student my means are quite limited.