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Old December 21st 04, 08:03 PM
marcos
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Default (Unable to post reply) reply to [email protected] swimbladder disorder

Hi

I just started this thread because I was unable to post a reply,
-again-. This is a reply to " guy.

Well Hi Timeout. My oranda with the swimbladder disorder doesn't sit
at the bottom upside-down. It floats up at the top of the tank, then
it tries to swim down struggling but floats back up again. This
happens in the hours after its feeding time. Then the next day, its
back to normal until the next feeding time. U ask how I feed them the
peas? Well, when it's feeding time, I boil a pea for a few minutes
(boil the kettle then pour the hot water into a cup and throw in the
pea(s)). After a few minutes, peel off the skin and shred the inside
flesh into several pieces. Then feed the pieces of pea flesh to the
orandas! And that's how I feed them green peas. hope that helps.

well what im looking for rite now is for people's advice regarding the
previous message I posted titled "swimbladder disorder" december 20th
2004.

JOHN
 




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