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Hi,
My indecresent shark died yesterday afternoon. When I was feeding the arapaima I found him dead at the bottom of the pool. He is 3 ft long and it is more than 10 years old. On October 5, he is swim at the surface and with all his fins red( I have indecresent shark with problems like this but I just put some aquarium salt and they all heal but this time this one died still have 2 more in the pool). The fishes (left) in the pool are 9 3-2 feet long pacus, 2 2 feet long giant gourami, 3 3 feet long south african catfish and 1 8.5 feet long arapaima. Just want to know what is the disease and how to cure. And I'll tell how big is the pool later.
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Oh! And never hold the indecresent shark with your hands if it is still alive, because my father told me that their fins have "thorns" and when the fish moves it's fins and the " thorns" will injure you. And my father has experience it himself when the fish is not alive it safe to not to touch it's fins.
 
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