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  1. Default New ray, need help!!


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    So I just got my first ray, its a 5" reticulated female. So far she has not been very active, just hiding in the sand. Is this normal?

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    What size tank? How did you acclimate? What are your parameters?

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    The tank is a 150,
    I left the ray in the bag for a good half hour and release her near the bottom.
    All the parameters are good.
    Is this normal for low activity? It seems like at night she is much more active

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    is this ray in the 125 with your arowana?

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    Yeah, in the 150,

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    Well she might not make it, rays are very hard to adjust to water, a correct way to acclimate them would have a drip acclimation or float the bag and take water out and put some in.

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    Its been three days, and from what I can tell she is eating

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    Im sorry.I must have misread your profile.It says they are in a 125.Either way,it is quite normal for a ray to be shy when added to a new tank.

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    yeah i need to change that, at first I thought I bought a 125, later to find out its actually a 150... but either way, this is normal for rays to hide for the first little bit?

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    Yeah, just make sure is eating and no death curl.

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