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RE: Unusual Behavior

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Posted by: whitespider at Tue Jun 28 02:25:22 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by whitespider ]  
   

I don't know if the other fish have been chasing it, I have noticed that its fins aren't up like the others, dorsal, tail, etc, and it's been that way ever since I got it. It's made me wonder if it is a different gender from the rest, but I don't know how to tell. I haven't checked the levels, I've used the detoxifier and the pond has a nice size plant. I will check the levels as soon as possible. This fish is the only one acting like this, the others seem ok. I will try to seperate if I don't see any improvements tomorrow morning since I'm writing this late at night. Are there any natural ways to add oxygen to the pond? I've heard of the pumps, but I was wondering if there are any plants or natural materials that could do that job. I aslo heard about deeper parts make good for higher oxygen spots. I'm planning on making my next pond pretty deep. Thank you for your post.


   

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