11-09-2009, 10:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Mikaila31
I don't really see a problem. Though I agree you could of added more to your first post. I see how some could be offended by it. Cichlids will be cichlids though. They are aggressive and will fight each other and that is natural for them. I have a video on youtube with 2 female swordtails fighting. I'm not sure what there problems were, but they were both really aggressive for swordtails. To the point were I couldn't keep them in the same tank.
As far as real fish fighting, like betta fighting. I suggest we keep away from that. I've seen that its a good way to get a thread locked on other forums. Mainly because its just a repeating argument. Both sides can be supported and people will never see eye to eye.
I just brought home my new foster dog, whom was a previous unwilling participant in the fighting world, and her scars are much more than physical. I still can not believe someone would compare her suffering to a couple of mbunas doing what comes natural to them every once in a while.
Oh well, this topic is exhausted. Moving on.