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Re: NFC: Stunted fish growth again

If, you do ample water changes they should do alright.
You didnt ask if you could maintain two bullheads in a
38 gal tank, you asked if they could be stunted .

Lot of difference there. 

--- nickel55 <nickel55 at worldnet_att.net> wrote:
>                                  My question on
> stunted fish growth brought on a big response. But
> again, I would like to say in no way am I trying to
> stunt a fish's growth. I think most people here
> missed that.
>                                   Yes, maybe those
> bullheads don't belong in a 38 gallon tank, but some
> of the response's I got made me feel like I had done
> something really wrong. It would have been nice to
> read, "hey now that you have them just see what
> happens"  Instead one post that comes to mind is " a
> stunted fish is a dead fish" Well tell me, when can
> I expect these two fish to expire. Any day, a month
> from now , a year,  three to five years. I'll tell
> you what, these fish are going to be around a while,
> a long while, and if they get too big and nasty for
> my tank, I'll find some one that has bigger tank to
> take them, or a back yard pond. See, that is called
> hope. That is called learning from a "mistake" and
> trying to make it right Or should I just cut they're
> heads off because they're "dead" anyway. I think if
> I knew for sure the were suffering I would but
> somebody better tell these two bad boys they're sick
> because they sure don't know it.
>                            Terry
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