Sadly I didn't get any tubiflex worms, and to avoid having a funeral, an alternative arrangement had to be made. YAY! Food Shopping, yum yum... Too bad mr general finn didn't think they were... pleasant. What a picky eater I have
Resultp-valueleft tail 0.9968right tail 0.01272-tails 0.0215mid-p correction 0.0168
In general for both years the fish preferred the freeze dried tubiflex worms. With my fish X he also prefers this food because I tried feeding him other dry processed foods which sank to the bottom of the tank and he did not bother eating this at all.
I see the statistical results for this specific question in the survey has already been posted up, so I'll continue to leave my comments and interpretation.I noticed that my little fishy Pirhana did not like the freeze dried tubiflex worms and preferred blood worms.When feeding the fish the freeze dried tubiflex worms I noticed that Pirhana would spit out the tubiflex worms or watch the food sink right passed him to the bottom of the jar. When he was hungry and fed the freeze dried tubiflex worms he would either eat the food really slow or only nibble off really small pieces at a time. When fed blood worms however, Pirhana would eat the blood worms immediately once dropped in the water.From the statistics it can be seen that majority of the received fish liked the freeze dried tubiflex worms in both years. However, not all the fish preferred the freeze dried tubiflex worms as different fish have different preferences. Before making any conclusion based on the results of this question, the amount of fish that was actually fed food other than the freeze dried tubiflex worms should be taken into consideration. The survey could be improved by using the same amount of participants for both years in the survey. Through this a better and more direct comparison can be made, aa well as a more accurate conclusion can be made.Also a more accurate conclusion could be reached if a greater number of participants were to partake in the experiment.