Cichlid Native Tropical Marine Sinking Aquarium Fish Food Pellet 2mm 7Kg
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Small Sinking Cichlid Tropical and Native Pellet 2mm 7Kg
If you are looking for a small sinking pellet that helps your fish to grow and develop a resistant immune system then this pellet is a good option.
The Small Sinking Pellet food is a high protein diet designed for American Cichlids, Tropical, Native and Predatory fish. Low in fat, high in protein. This versatile pellet is formulated to support the all-around health colour and vitality of the fish and to replicate as closely as possible a diet that is consistent with what a fish would eat in the wild.
This Sinking pellet which is high in protein and low-fat has been formulated from aquatic protein, like fish and krill meal and land animals to replicate as closely as possible, the kinds of things fish would eat in their natural environment.
The Sinking Pellet also contains a natural colour enhancer Astaxanthin and Canthaxanthin and probiotics to aid digestion, absorption of nutrients, health and stress resistance in aquarium fish.
When fed correctly this sinking pellet will not cloud aquarium water. Developed by breeders as a high quality and cost-effective aquarium food, this pellet ticks all the boxes for healthy and stress-resistant aquarium fish.
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- Sinking Cichlid Native and Tropical 2mm Pellet
- Packed in resealable Bucket for freshness
- Provides balanced nutrition for a variety of fish
- Contains natural ingredients
- Helps enhance the colour of fish
- Easy to digest to minimize waste
- Product Weight: 7Kg Packed in Bucket
- Sinking pellet
- Pellet Size: 2.0mm
- Suitable for: All types of fish (but formulated to be especially good for Cichlids)
- Low in Fat
- Protein: 48%
- Ash: >9% Max
- Moisture: >7%
- Ingredients: Fish meal, Meat Meal, Animal Proteins, Plant Protein, Fish Oil, Poultry Oil, Vitamins, Probiotics, Minerals.
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