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Sat, Jul. 22nd, 2006 04:11 pm
I stepped outside for the first time today to feed the fish, omg. It was like stepping into Hell itself. Poor fish. Fed them. I don't know much about fish, would it be bad for their little systems if I threw a block of ice into the pond? Catfish, koi, and goldfish.

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bellelvsbeast
bellelvsbeast
Officer Kelli
Sun, Jul. 23rd, 2006 12:21 am (UTC)

Maybe it's ok if you put a few little cubes in there...I don't know, if you throw a HUGE block of ice, the immediate shock of cold water (since they are used to the heat by now) might kill them...if they don't seem to be suffering, don't worry about it...


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witherwings7
witherwings7
Agent 27
Sun, Jul. 23rd, 2006 12:46 am (UTC)

Yah, I was worried about the shock value. I shall throw a few small blocks in the pond :]


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bellelvsbeast
bellelvsbeast
Officer Kelli
Sun, Jul. 23rd, 2006 01:04 am (UTC)

good...:) Maybe watch between each block, to see how the fish seem to react...


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penguinsane
Mayhem
Sun, Jul. 23rd, 2006 02:09 am (UTC)

Actually, the fluctuating of temperatures (hot, then cold with ice, then hot again) would probably kill them faster. They need to have a pond chiller.


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bellelvsbeast
bellelvsbeast
Officer Kelli
Sun, Jul. 23rd, 2006 05:16 am (UTC)

That is a totally cool product...:) I'm glad you know your stuff, I was never really into fish...mammals and reptiles are more my forte...;)


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axe_girl
axe_girl
Dana
Wed, Jul. 26th, 2006 06:19 am (UTC)

It might not be necessary to do anything at all. I'd check the pond temperature first. Since water takes longer to be affected by temperature changes than air (that's why the coast is more temperate than inland) it might not be hot for them at all, depending on where the pond is and how big it is. Hope they're feeling okay!


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