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  1. General Freshwater
    One of the best ways to improve the growth rate of newborn fish is to give them ample supplies of healthy live foods. Microworms are a great choice for feeding small fry. These roundworms are a free-living (non-parasitic) nematode that is also known as the sour paste nematode. They are very easy...
  2. Fish Videos
    This fish is also known as a polypterus. It is one of the most primitive fish species on the planet, and one of the few fish with lungs. They also have a very healthy appetite as is highlighted in this high definition video.
  3. Diseases
    PICTURES NOT FOR THE SQUEAMISH!!!!! PLEASE DO NOT LOOK AT PICS IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE AUTOPSY FISH! I have begun to slowly lose fish. I have lost an Angel fish (no autopsy), a Silvertipped Shark (Autopsy:Callamanus Worms), Platy (Autopsy:Callamanus Worms). I have lost a few other...
  4. Beginner Freshwater
    have a 29 gallon FRESH water tank that holds 3 snails and one red eared slider. we recently bought snails for some algae control. Today I found something very akward coming from a snail, is it a worm? or part of this snail. Should I remove this snail? here's the picture link thank you so much...
  5. Beginner Freshwater
    HELP!!! I have seen some blackish looking small spiky looking worms in my tanks!!! I have tried to find info on what these might be but have not found anything. I was wondering if any one might have an idea of what they are and are they harmful to my fish!!! They are in my Oscar tank. They...
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