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    No, no death curl, just alot of hiding in the sand...

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    Yeah, what are the other tankmates. What are the parameters?

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    Just a small silver arowana... the nitrates/nitrites are all in spec, I added an ammonia remover to the filter yesturday... I think all is good with the water

  4. #14


    0 Not allowed!
    If your water is in spec, as you say, why would you add an ammonia remover?
    -Dr. James

  5. #15


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    how about you take them, and tell me and I will see if there alright for a ray. I am figuring if all the parameters are in check, then its just adjusting...

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    Any ammo at all is not alright at all.rays are very sensitive.

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    I only added the ammonia remover as it was recommended by a guy at the lfs

  8. #18


    0 Not allowed!
    A lot of rays hide in sand in the wild. I stumbled upon a 6 foot devil ray when I was scuba diving once, my flipper hit the sand and all of the sudden this behemoth came rising out of the sand.

    Its a way for them to blend with their surroundings, hide from predators and also ambush food. How big is the Arowana? She could be intimidated by it and is trying to hide for that reason. Or is just a little shocked by the habitat change and is hiding until she gets used to it.
    My last signature was obnoxious.

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    0 Not allowed!
    Well, I just went to check on her, she was swimming about quite a bit, seems to be more active during the night

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    Quote Originally Posted by saints4
    Well, I just went to check on her, she was swimming about quite a bit, seems to be more active during the night
    As are many rays and predators, both fresh and saltwater. I think she will be fine.
    My last signature was obnoxious.

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