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post Mon, 11 Oct 2004 6:09 am
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Hi bros, plis comment on my junior Oojima TV...around 8 cm long, 4 months old... smile.gif Thx
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post Mon, 11 Oct 2004 12:44 pm
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Hi guys..thx for the commnet..yeah, I must agree that the tail is not so good, I am hoping that it is not the tail bone that is affected and wishing that it will stabilize, any tips?...This fish is 4 months olds, will be 5 months sometimes this week, bought it a month ago ago and was quite skinny...put it in green water for this past 2 weeks, the wen is comin' out tho...water level is around 20 cm, 3 fishes in 160 liters ceramic pot (similar to the way the japs keep their tosakin)...Feed 3 times a day with bloodworms, tetra goldfish and fish-born...Plis give me tips on how to improve this ranchu thx...Oh, btw what is a bullet head? personally, i think the head is square enough...thx bros wink.gif
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post Mon, 11 Oct 2004 6:06 pm
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QUOTE(Secretary @ Mon, 11 Oct 2004 12:44 pm)
Hi guys..thx for the commnet..yeah, I must agree that the tail is not so good, I am hoping that it is not the tail bone that is affected and wishing that it will stabilize, any tips?
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Goldfish changes in many ways as it ages except for its tails structure/shape which is pretty much permanent.

In this sense, a fish born with with collapsed tails will stay that way no matter how much you try to change it.

On the other hand, a good tails will collapse if you don't keep the fish well, stressing it with bad water or high current.

Sorry.
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