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Goldfish laying at the bottom tank
Aug 18th, 2008 at 11:32pm
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Lips Sealed I have 3 large goldfish in my tank and I used to feed them flake food but have since changed to pellet food, however the pellet food was red reppets and was turning the water a little red.  I spoke to the fish store in my neighborhood where I shop and told them this and they recommended a new pellet food which I bought and started to feed them on saturday today is monday and I came into work tonight and saw that their fish tank looked like it hand't cleaned it for about a month all cloudy and so forth, and I just cleaned it yesterday (sunday), and the fish haven't eaten any of the food and they are also laying at the bottom of the tank which I just cleaned out again, does anyone know what is wrong with them.

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Re: Goldfish laying at the bottom tank
Reply #1 - Oct 20th, 2008 at 10:14pm
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maybe your filtration system is not that good.
  
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