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Tsuh Yang,

I've been told it's not the meat but the fat that is detrimental to fish (and
other cold blooded animals). Excess fat doesn't break down easily at temps below
35C  (90F) and tends to clog the intestinal tract. If you carefully remove all
of the fat it should be OK.

Mike Wise

Piabinha@aol.com wrote:

> is there any truth to the assertion i have heard that beef heart and other
> mammalian protein is not advisable for feeding fish?  i mean, in nature, they
> really don't eat much mammalian meat, except maybe piranhas and large
> predators, or scavengers?
>
> tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA
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