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hadysnoop 04-03-2012 11:22 PM

need help please
 
hello everyone , i'm having a problem with my clown knife, it's attacking one oscar fish,attacking the same one all the time, how can i solve the problem?
120 liters, changing 25% of water every 3 days, 2 oscars one clown knife 1 red parrot and 2 bengasious, the smaller oscar was the first in the aquarium then came the clown and the bigger oscar together, now the oscar got bited and it's tail is cutted out, why is it attacking the same fish all the time? what can i do? am afraid to leave them alone ,am not turning the lights off, here is a video 2 days ago showing whats going on,, please help me and thanx for everyone from now

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhXm1...ature=youtu.be

1077 04-04-2012 02:42 AM

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Originally Posted by hadysnoop (Post 1035041)
hello everyone , i'm having a problem with my clown knife, it's attacking one oscar fish,attacking the same one all the time, how can i solve the problem?
120 liters, changing 25% of water every 3 days, 2 oscars one clown knife 1 red parrot and 2 bengasious, the smaller oscar was the first in the aquarium then came the clown and the bigger oscar together, now the oscar got bited and it's tail is cutted out, why is it attacking the same fish all the time? what can i do? am afraid to leave them alone ,am not turning the lights off, here is a video 2 days ago showing whats going on,, please help me and thanx for everyone from now

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhXm1...ature=youtu.be


Need larger tank. 8-)

fishy goings on 04-04-2012 05:10 AM

Not only do you need a larger tank, but clown knives (I've got one) are "solitary and agressive".....there is nothing for it, but 1 big tank for the 1 fish.

Tazman 04-04-2012 08:12 AM

Tank is way too small to keep all those fish together.

A single Oscar alone needs a 75g tank let alone 2 in a 32g!


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