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Ok APU,Time too send in your pics for the next POTM contest... Please email me at metal.maniac@live.com or please PM myself ...Depending on how many pics we get and the variety of species we will have several categories...Only 1 pic per member per species so you can send in 1 fish 1 cat 1 lizard just not 2 fish 2 cat...you get the idea!!...So send em in and lets make this a BIG ONE!!!... Cheers!!!...Metal Maniac and the APU Staff
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    Post by crabby-girl on Wed 22 Jul 2009, 00:43

    My albino shark which is now 5 inches long has a about a 1/2 inch sore on it body, right before the tail. I wouldn't say it if I didn't see it but it was caused by numerous bites from the gold do jo loach which doesn't compare in size. At first I just left the shark in the tank (55 gallon) figured it'd heal up with good water quality and some Mela-fix. Well it's not helping so I have guaranteed him and continuing the Mela-fix treatments. Any ideas would be appreciated. The shark is acting fine and still has a great appetite. Question Question
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    Post by Metal Maniac on Tue 04 Aug 2009, 00:50

    hey crabby-girl,

    What your doing is all you can really do besides adding a touch of salt too!

    I hope he gets better..i love the personality of sharks...the way they act really looks like they are thinking...i'm sure hes feeling pain! No


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