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Re: Water Clarity

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Posted by lacie143 on February 17, 2003 at 14:57:39:

In Reply to: Water Clarity posted by Maxx MacLeod on February 17, 2003 at 00:34:24:

They're too small to eat them, i am using to roseys to sort of cycle the tank and such, so no and the water is cloudy not debris filled thanks though :)

:lacie143-- Did your turtle(s) eat any of them yet? When I feed fish to my carnivores, they usually catch and rip a few apart right away. The debris and body fluids always cause some cloudiness after the carnage. Just one ravaged fish can cause a fair amount of cloudiness. Do you think this is what happened, did they catch any yet? --Maxx

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