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Old 03-12-2012, 05:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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*above* Please help me!!!
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<- That looks like a fish in a jar. Poor fishy. :(
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Default Re: My fish is pooping red poop, what does that mean?

Some times its the flakes that do it. a friend gold fishautolinker.com autolinking image always poo same colour as ther flakes. are you feeding them flakes?
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Default Re: My fish is pooping red poop, what does that mean?

If it is poop that falls off, it is probably food colours coming through. If it is pointy and stays hanging for hours, it could be camallanus worms (look up a picture online). That's the only way it would be trouble.
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no, i'm not feeding them flakes, i'm feeding them crisps
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