angel death

Discussion in 'Fish' started by bazz, 22 Feb 2010.

  1. bazz

    bazz Member

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    hi,

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    no need fror an autopsy on this greedy angelfish! was greeted with this grusome sight when i returned from work today. i've got 4 more angels but i'm afraid they will have to go. can't have anything eating my cardinals and rummynoses!
    cheers,
    bazz!
     
  2. amy4342

    amy4342 Member

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    Awww, poor Rummynose. That reminds me of when one of my Goldfish (Bob) ate a Corydoras, and the Cory stuck it's spine in my Goldfish's mouth. You could see the spine sticking out of Bob's chin. He was like that for about 4hrs, but I managed to grab the Cory with a tweezers and pull the spine out. Both Bob and the Cory are fine. Silly Bob.

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  3. Tunafish

    Tunafish Pike man

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    Hiya mate,

    yep, angels love those cardinals!. That's actually their natural foodsource in the wild when they approach maturity!.
     
  4. LondonDragon

    LondonDragon Administrator Staff Member

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    Angels and cardinals don't mix! cardinals are better suited for Discus ;) if you want to keep large flat fish!
     
  5. sanj

    sanj Member

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    It is not a given, I kept cardinals rummynoses and 7 peruvian angles together for 5 years. I introduced the Angels to the aquarium when they were only 2" and even when they were 6-7" adults they never noticably ate any. Caution though, I would not have bought small tetras and added them to a tank with adult angels. Feeding regime may help aswell my fish were/are fed a few times a day mainly through an auto feeder.
     

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