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  1. Question Neon Tetras vanished !!!


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    Hi All
    Can a 6 inches n a 5 inches iridescent sharks eat up 6 neon tetras in 2-3 days ? My 6 neon tetras are vanished from my tank, before that they were living peacefully from 2 months and never noticed any panic or fear in the tetras . I wonder what had happened to them . Generally of which fish species could be these neon tetras are prospect food ?
    Waiting for any comment am really scared.

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    Your 6 inch and a 5 inch iridescent sharks can eat way more than 6 neons in a few hours never mind over a few days. I hope you have a huge tank or better yet a pond for those sharks, they get huge and in my opinion should not be offered in the common fish trade. I don't know what you are afraid of, it's the fish that are getting eaten. Generally speaking, any fish that can fit a neon in its mouth will see it as food and eat it if given the opportunity.

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    iridescent shark...oh, hang on, that's Pangasianodon! That's the species that ends up being 3ft of appetite. I think badger nailed it.

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    Any fish that will fit in another fish's mouth is history. Get rid of the sharks!

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