04-01-2014, 09:43 PM
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No worries :D I've kept them after all, so no just what you're dealing with. To answer your question (which I totally derped on before in my excitement) I never had them nibble on my arm. I've never had any fish do that personally, but apparently it's a favored past time of a number of different fish people keep on here. It may be due to your moving of things around. It's not a bad thing, but blind cave fish do navigate through using their lateral line to detect changes in water pressure. In unfamiliar environments they swim faster in an effort to learn their surroundings. Total guess there on my part, but hoping I at least made it sound plausible.
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