Originally Posted by Trillianne
Their bellies should look normal flatish/slightly rounded if they have eaten recently.
This low quality photo is mine to compare normal pleco belly:
If it looks more like its swallowed a marble, that's a sign of illness and bloat.
If it looks concave (caved in), then the pleco is starving for some reason.
Ah, I see! I'll be checking in with my pet store to see what healthy ones they have in stock, if any.
I was once told to purchase the largest plecos/otos. Supposedly those are the ones that have survived the longest. Is this true?
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