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- 1 year
I have recently gotten a black ghost knifefish, so named "Ink" because he moves like ink does when you drop it in water. He is a very sweet, timid little fish (he's only about 4") but I'm having a bit of trouble getting him to eat. He is new to the tank, and I have taken that into consideration. I have also done a lot of research and different people suggest different things. I know they are carnivorous and enjoy things such as blood worms. Part of my dilemma is that several of my other fish, mostly my gouramies and my rams, also enjoy blood worms and, since they're usually closer to the surface, they get first dibs. I was wondering if there was either any sinking carnivorous foods available, since the frozen blood worm cubes float until they brake apart, of if there was another way I could feed him to make sure he got the food.