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Discussion in 'Fish Diseases & Cures' started by punkazzoverb, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. punkazzoverb

    punkazzoverb Thread Starter New Member

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    a fish with no eyes.... How long youthink he'll last..??
     
  2. DanBruv

    DanBruv New Member

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    not long he will find it hard to find food and stuff
     
  3. punkazzoverb

    punkazzoverb Thread Starter New Member

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  4. angelLuver

    angelLuver New Member

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    you will,but the poor fishy wont !!! couldnt help it ,had to say it ...hehehe
     
  5. punkazzoverb

    punkazzoverb Thread Starter New Member

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    lol .. he was one of the piranha i got in a shipment. and the others ate his eyes out.. he was about dead but got him in tank and he was doing better.. i thought they ate him causei didn't see him... buttt...... i found him swimming around in my sump tank this morning. lol
     
  6. alpinefish

    alpinefish New Member

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    Do piranhas normally eat the eyes out of their tank-mates?
     
  7. punkazzoverb

    punkazzoverb Thread Starter New Member

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    I wouldn't say normally but its not uncommon... this happened during shipment.. so they other 4 probably got hungry and when one took a plug, the rest did..

    but if they go unfed, yeah they will nip fines, scales, the body, eyes,etc. .. just so ya know... I keep mine fed. i don't abuse my fish... all my fish are healthy and have alltheir fins and scales. :D
     
  8. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    I had one (tropical fish) with 1 missing eye...lasted about 2 months.
     
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    My Africans ate my Redtail Shark today. Came home from work and his head was gone. Guess I wont mix those again. They have been in the same tank since I started keeping Cichlids. Kind of strange.
     
  10. punkazzoverb

    punkazzoverb Thread Starter New Member

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    they just get hungry and eat.. thats it.