12-29-2012, 05:23 AM
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I'm not sure why mine are always out, but I have heard the theory that Kuhli's will be out and about more often if there are more of them, and if they have lots of places to hide. Half of my tank is leaf litter with subdued lighting, while my sister just has some decorations and white lights. She has 3 Kuhli, I have 4 (soon to be 8, after I get the new sand in).
Haha, it's kind of funny that you say that. Kuhlis can freak me out a bit because they are prone to just kind of laying there, and they actually look kind of dead. They remind me of kids, they swim around frantically and then just crash and hang out on a plant or something. They're fun, and I love their adorable little faces. I count them at feeding time when I can see them all.