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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. https://youtu.be/3Anyqz9VgRA
  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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