|crazie.eddie ||09-03-2006 03:27 AM |
Vid of angels fighting and clown loach as referee
Here's a vid a have of my angels fighting. http://media.putfile.com/Angel-Fish-...th-Clown-Loach
The fights don't get bad, just allot of pushing and flaring. The more aggressive angelfish is territorial and doesn't like any other fish swimming in it's area, except the clown loaches. The other angelfish doesn't take it's crap, so they fight. From the vid, you can see the clown loaches are curious to see what's going on. The funny thing is, it looks like one of the clown loaches talks to them individually, tells them to stop fighting, which they do.
This is my old 55 gallon tank. It's kind of messy, becuase I'm working on my 125 gallon tank, so I didn't care about fixing up the decor on my 55 gallon tank. The angels are about 3.5".
|girl920 ||09-23-2006 06:34 PM |
Hi, sounds like a cute video, but it won't load for me. What am I doing wrong?
|joeshmoe ||09-23-2006 06:39 PM |
well thats the same thing my Gouramis do . now im not that worried :roll:
|Tracy ||09-26-2006 12:53 AM |
The angels are gorgeous! Nice video :)
|jinithith2 ||10-24-2006 08:00 PM |
LOL cute vid!
GGRRraaagghh!!! I reallyreallyreally wanna get some clown loaches but my tank is on the verge of being overstocked :(
|Tracy ||10-24-2006 09:15 PM |
Clown loaches are very nice! I had bought just one at first; about 6 weeks later I added a second one; it found the first guy right away and they pal around. Now I see why it is recommended that a person have more than one clown loach.
|crazie.eddie ||10-24-2006 11:18 PM |
Yeah, they're really fun. I think they prefer lots of buddies, becuase they are a nervous fish and they need a group to make them feel more secure. Basically, safety in numbers.
|Kathryn ||11-12-2006 05:16 AM |
lovely angels, and clowns. Funny, and cute. :lol: :D
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