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  1. #1

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    Hello I want to ask one question that my arowana has eaten a stone what should I do

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    walbridge ohio

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    couldn't find snow and ice gifts - Lady Hobbs   burrrrrrr - Lady Hobbs   please post pics of your 10 hejuta. not many people on the forum are keeping nice predators like those. - Crispy   So sorry about your critters! :( - Rue   you are severely low on penguins :P - genocidex   


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    Pray that it passes.Sorry,swallowing stones usually means death.

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    Ontario Canada

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    how big is your aro? larger aros can easily pass small stones. is he behaving any differently? still eating?
    your friendly neighbourhood arowanaman!

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    My 24" Aro ate a pretty big stone (about 1/2" diameter)...I freaked out for a few days and sure enough I found it on the bottom of the tank one day. She has also eaten a whole fake plant...Although I have never seen it again, she continues to do extremely well. Eating stones does not always equal death.
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    20" Tropical Gar, 18" Florida Gar, 20" Longnose Gar,
    17" Ornate Bichir, 25" Silver Arowana, 16" Bowfin, 15" Giant Gourami

    16" Male Dovii

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    Ontario, Canada

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    Goldfish people need goldfish gifts! - Xavier   For being a concerned owner. I hope your pleco is going to be ok. - gabbyguppy   Great job on the surgery. - MCHRKiller   Good job with Peru! - johndoe222   Thank you for all the nice comments - Sirex   


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    Quote Originally Posted by sonu bijwe
    Hello I want to ask one question that my arowana has eaten a stone what should I do
    How big is your aro? do u know the size of the stone? Is it stuck somewhere in its mouth (that you can see?)

    I've scared my fish (buy trying to or actually holding them) & they have spit out what was stuck - but it was just in their mouth.

    Do u have gravel substrate or was this just a rock in the tank? maybe think about changing the substrate? Larger rocks/sand... (I changed from gravel to sand)

    i hope it passes!!!
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