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Seconding rohland. Some cichlids can be mischievous little buggers and seem to dig up your substrate just to annoy you. (I know they don't actually mean it, they're animals. but yeah, my friend found it a bit frustrating)
Your fish love watching you as much as you love watching them. So please practice responsible fishkeeping.
Originally Posted by Rohland View Post
I just don't plant them in silly places, such as in the middle of a cave.
No fish is going to dig about everywhere for no reason. Essentially the only reason cichlids dig is to make caves bigger, or to dig a pit for breeding/fry raising and since I have no pairs in the tank there's no worry of the latter.
The only time I have to replant is if the crab comes out of the filter. He's a bloody lumberjack to say the least.
Originally Posted by willieturnip View Post
Best way of planting plants for some cichlids ,is to plant them in pots.
The most important medication in your fish medicine cabinet is.. Clean water.
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