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Lime;123845 said:
I would feed the by hand and make sure they acctually eat, then I could feed the fish.

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you can get the seahorses to allow you to hand feed them, are you really going to have time to do this several times a day for the rest of their lives?
 


Lime

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I didn't mean hand feed them, but I ment make sure the fish don't get the food. Take the fish out if I have to. Maybe I don't know what I'm getting in to, but I will learn and I will do well as I have always done. :smile:
 

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