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Falconwithaboxon

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It has happened again. Another Tetra has been chomped on. I got a new tank that I will be moving my Angelfish into do they can't chomp my little guys anymore. The move is tomorrow. I am worried if the Angelfish will survive the move but I have to try. The water is how it should be. PH of 7.4 with Ammonia and Nitrite at 0 and Nitrate at 0.2ish, which is the same reading from my old tank. Old tank is 78°F and new tank is 80°F.
Any certain way to move fish from tank to tank or just put them in a bag with the old tank water when I move them to the new tank?
Am I just not feeding the fish enough? I feed them twice a day, should I feed them a 3rd time as well?
 

Boundava

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I am learning that some angels are just bad and won't leave other fish alone. I don't see why the angel wouldn't survive the move. Are both tanks maintained with the same parameters? If yes, then net the angel an put it in the other tank. The 2 degrees shouldn't harm the angel.
 

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