But what actually kills the fish? Are they more suceptible to bacterial infections or something similar? Or is it that the people who buy these unfortunates don't know (or care to know) how to keep them?
It is very likely that a lot of people who are new to fishkeeping buy more dyed fish than those with experience. It is also probably true that those without experience are less able to tend to an ill fish.
I can either wait (maybe years) for another opportunity to build a proper school (again), thus supporting this dastardly activity, or I can make my lovely fish wait and his/her neuroses build.
Have you investigated other options? Found out the regulations in your country for importing? Or maybe get a school of a similar species, such as Yasuhikotakia eos, for example?
a few months ago I had dyed my hair red but my natural hair color nis dark brown almost black and the dyue has pretty much faded so my hair just looks a little lighter brown. It's lenght is a little past my shoulder and Im gonna get my layers fixed and my bangs cut shorter. But I wanna dye it differently I really want highlight but they can't be blonde cuz my mom won't let me dye it blonde highlights or anything... any ideas ??
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