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Originally Posted by kchung
Would it be possible the crayfish attacked the algae eater and red tailed shark leaving them injured, then the tiger barbs began to nip at the injured fish?
It is possible. Injured fish cannot defend themselves well enough especially from attacks coming from rather feisty specimens.

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