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thai ranchu that i had just brought for a small token..please comment.. still learning.. thanks..

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Frankie
Do NOT lift the entire fish out of the water.

Average SVR.Body a little short and tail a little small.
Kinder
QUOTE(Frankie @ Sat, 16 Sep 2006 5:35 pm) *

Do NOT lift the entire fish out of the water.

Average SVR.Body a little short and tail a little small.



WHY DO U SAY DONT LIFT THE ENTIRE FISH OUT OF WATER?


kINDER
GA
This is an advice from a senior member here:
"Please do not take the fish out of water for photo taking unless the fish is already dead"

http://www.rafflesgold.com/forums/index.ph...ost&p=44985

From the way the fish photos were taken, it is easy to tell that the same advice has been given to the same owner.
Kinder
QUOTE(GA @ Mon, 18 Sep 2006 8:58 pm) *

This is an advice from a senior member here:
"Please do not take the fish out of water for photo taking unless the fish is already dead"

http://www.rafflesgold.com/forums/index.ph...ost&p=44985

From the way the fish photos were taken, it is easy to tell that the same advice has been given to the same owner.


I acknowledge what your saying, that we shouldn't "take the fish out of water for photo taking unless the fish is already dead"

But can you explain me the reason behind this....i would really like to know?
Coz i frequently take my goldfishes out of water to check on their progress & take snaps too....as i keep them in a tub. And if this practice of taking out fish from the water is harmfull to the fish....i would definitly stop it.

would like to here from you....or other bro who have knowledge on this.

thanks
Kinder
Frankie
For obvious reasons... How would you feel if constantly someone pushes you into water for a photo shoot or just to check how you do in water. And that to un-noticed...
Kinder
I see because of the high stress factor.......
So would you say a total ban on taking fish out of water? (especially for the purpose of taking pics) i think i can agree with you here.

But what about when your checking up on a fish in a tub......i usually take my fish out of water atleast once a week to checkup on them (if they r in good health).

Perhaps the main point i see from what your saying is, if we reduce the handling of the fish....the less stressed they would get.

thanks
Kinder
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