Sad Angel

MichelleAndy

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Our black Marble angel lost it's mate on Sunday. It hasn't eaten since. We added or other 5 angels to try and cheer it up. It grabbed a tiny nibble of beef heart just now, but that was it. Our tank is at 80 degrees. What else can we do?? It is a 60 gallon tank.
 

PurpleReign19

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MichelleAndy said:
Our black Marble angel lost it's mate on Sunday. It hasn't eaten since. We added or other 5 angels to try and cheer it up. It grabbed a tiny nibble of beef heart just now, but that was it. Our tank is at 80 degrees. What else can we do?? It is a 60 gallon tank.
Aw its so sad to see a fish lose its mate. Im so sorry
 

Dunk2

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MichelleAndy said:
Our black Marble angel lost it's mate on Sunday. It hasn't eaten since. We added or other 5 angels to try and cheer it up. It grabbed a tiny nibble of beef heart just now, but that was it. Our tank is at 80 degrees. What else can we do?? It is a 60 gallon tank.
Any idea why the other Angel died?

Your profile says you don’t know about or understand the nitrogen cycle?
 
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MichelleAndy

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Dunk2 said:
Any idea why the other Angel died?

Your profile says you don’t know about or understand the nitrogen cycle?
No clue. My husband said it was swimming 0saturday night. And just dead Sunday morning. We think the Opaline Gourami may have had something to do with it. But that one is gone. My hubby took it back to the fish store so we don't lose any More fish.
Dunk2 said:
Any idea why the other Angel died?

Your profile says you don’t know about or understand the nitrogen cycle?
And we did cycle the tank. It has been set up for months.
 

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