05-07-2007, 02:20 AM
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Originally Posted by herefishy
Some synodontis' can be very territorial. I guess they take lessons from some of their African neighbors, the cichlids.
I have noticed this with the 2 I have just now, or rather, only 1 of the 2. She doesn't bother anyone as such, but if anyone attempts to go into her part of the cave she hunts them.
The other, despite being much bigger, likes to stand vertically, head down, into a plant, despite there being numerous other places where she could sit. It seems like very odd behaviour to me, but it seems to please her, so who am I to argue?