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Gourami suddenly being attacked
In the last 2 weeks I noticed my large male Gourami has bites all over him, the female is fine, and so are the other little ones. He's been in the tank for probably 8 months without any problems, the only fish I have added recently are about 2 months ago I added 3 silver dollar fish, a bala shark, and 4 little tiger barbs about a month ago, could it be one of these guys who are doing it? One of the silver dollars is pretty much the same size as him, but none of the other fish have marks on them. Is there anything I can do to save him? I have another tank with 2 of my pond Black Moors for the winter, could I put him in there? It's not heated though.
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