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Old 03-15-2012, 06:56 AM   #11 
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I heard that blind fish usually have a whitish color in their eye, but I'm not sure so someone be sure to correct me if i am wrong.
I don't know for sure but unfortunately last night he died from i don't know what happeed. All I know is before he died, he was really acting weird.
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I don't know for sure but unfortunately last night he died from i don't know what happeed. All I know is before he died, he was really acting weird.
I'm sorry to hear that...

How was he acting before he died?
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I'm sorry to hear that...

How was he acting before he died?
he was straight like a line and started jumping then would kind of float on his side
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