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I know they're probably just sulking, but my two snooks and my flowerhorn don't seem to have eaten in days. I know they must be eating at least a little, but I'm still worried. I've had them since Sunday, and they just don't seem to be interested in anything I have presented to them. I've offered them their pellets, of which I have witnessed one taking one into its mouth before spitting out what appeared to be at least some of the pellet in pieces. I tried offering them some live food - again, not interested.

Any tips?

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I got these guys on Sunday from a man who had to sell the whole tank plus fish because he was moving and couldn't keep them anymore. So, technically, the tank in its current location has been running since then. Before that however, the fish had all been together in their tank for at least a few years. They have the same filters they've always had, and we transferred as much of the biological component as we could. The three other fish in the tank seem happy and have been eating.

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I'm watching them right now and I think I just saw another pellet get chewed up.

I'm not really sure about their poo. All but one piece of the poo I can see on the bottom of the tank looks totally normal. I can see one piece that goes from normal and then sort of transitions into white and stringy. But I'm not really sure because it looks a little like some of the plant matter in the tank.

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Snook's pretty standard once they have been moved to a new tank / tankmates to be abit soft when it comes to eating again,

My advice enjoy this time where they are not eating , because as soon as they settle in they eat more then the actual fishes value very quickly lol.

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