3 1.5 inch redbellies. They're in a 12 gallon tank. Their 75 is setup downstairs but I just added the water today, I don't think its ready.n0bie said:hmm how big is the tank and how many piranhas and what kinda piranhas ? and how often do you feed them
EveryDayn0bie said:they should be fine for a while , how often do you feed them?
Great idea.n0bie said:perhaps lower the heat in the tank for less agression thats what i woulda do
I had the heat at 81 degrees, lowering it, and giving them their second feeding.themainman said:Great idea.
I had two aquatech 5-15 filters running in it, turned one off to lower the stress a bit and give more dead zones in the tank.n0bie said:and now you wait
What I meant by shock was I heard a crash into the hood and ran outta bed. I saw the one with his fin bit off and he was quivering back and forth. He's stabilized now.azeral26 said:Just went and looked in the tank, and one P had his top fin completely bit off, looks like he's in shock, I don't have a hospital tank either.
I went and bought the 75 today, got a good deal on it =). The 90 is still on its way , 2 weeks till it gets delivered. Yea he's the same one who was getting beat up.Mellor44 said:Make yourself a make shift divide and seperate him from the others. He will heal far faster without the stress of watching his back from the others. As long as you treated the water from Chlorine and Chloramines and the temp is the same he could go in the 75. He will take a long time to foul the water to dangerous levels. If you have filters running on it keep him in there too. Feed him well and he may just be the boss when you introduce the others in the 75, not the runt! Is this the same one that had the marks in him before? I didn't think you were getting a 75. Still a cool size though