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Thread: Black Moor

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    Help! I have set up a BiOrb 30 Bowl, 4 weeks ago. I have 2 fantails goldfish, 5 white clouds and 1 Black Moor, they were all doing fine until yesterday when the Black Moor was lying at the bottom of the tank, it comes up to feed eats everything he see and then goes back to the bottom and just lie there any advice please christine

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    Hi Christine,

    I'm sorry to hear about your black moor. I'm sure someone with more experience will come on and give you some advice .

    In the meantime, it may be a good idea to introduce yourself in that section of the forum and perhaps mention your problem you have with your fish under the 'beginners section'.

    I feel, as you have posted this in the wrong section, it may get overlooked.

    There's more to fishkeeping than meets the eye.

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