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post Sun, 09 Aug 2009 12:01 am
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I've been rearing groups of neon tetras in a 2ft tank with potted plants. however gradually overtime, one by one keeps falling sick and dying. feeding every morning, once daily and 40% water change with anti-chlorine once weekly.

Nothing seems to be wrong with the tetras as they look healthy and always feeding in a frenzy. but i need to understand why the gradual decline in the numbers?

Looking forward to some answers. Thanks
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