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  1. Default Spiny eel questions (tire track)


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    got a baby tire track in my 29 gallon...I've had him...oooooh about 3-4 weeks, maybe 5 at this point, I've direct fed him earth worm bits last week, which he nosed out and grabbed, I'm concerned about his eating habits at this point...any tips or just keep up with the worms? How often? He's approximately 6", trying to grow him out with an albino bichir to go into the larger tank (120 + gallon)

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    try frozen foods such as bloodworms, blackworms, brine shrimp, etc. my tiretrack grew pretty fast and now eats everything that fits in his mouth.

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    I've definitely fed blood worms, but without "seeing" him directly eat I cannot comment if he's eating them or the baby kribs/bichir is snacking on them...I've heard of people putting pellets/frozen food buried in small plastic cups with gravel on top to feed them so they can forage. I'm sure once he starts eating he'll be easy, but I just need to make it past these first couple months.

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