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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2007 2:13 pm Post subject: Fish loss is still continued Reply with quote

 I  just  fed  up  of  my  fish  loss
 
 Still  after  stoping  sometime  again  the  fishes  start  dying  One  by  One.
 
 Yesterday  when  i  reached  at  home  I  saw  One  big  fish  hanging  behind  the  plants  his  head  was  touching  gravel  She  was  the  most  oldest  and  biggest  goldfish  in  my  tank.  Another  Show  Quality  Red  cap  was  attached  with  filter  may  be  she  was  died  before  stucking  in  the  filter.  
 
 And  One  thing  more  there  three  goldfishes  small  were  with  only  one  eyes,  there  one  eye  was  not  there  may  be  someone  is  eating  there  eyes.
 
 i  have  
 4  small  goldies  n  
 4  small  Koi  carps  same  size  &  
 5  gaint  danios
 
 i  am  doubtful  of  koi  carps  are  eating  eyes  of  goldies  i  observe  the  tank  regularly  but  cant  find  any  koi  torchuring  the  goldies.  I  am  very  confused  please  help  me.
 
 what  should  be  my  next  step  Help  me
 
 my  whole  tank  is  going  to  empty
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