06-17-2013, 02:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Hadstuff
he seems to be doing much better now, and I have never seen him hide in the sand, but probably because it is a small eagle ray, its tank mates are 2 ocellaris clownfish and 4 blue/green chromis, so I don't think its the fish scaring him lol, and the person I got it from was the petstore's distributor, so I have no idea what it ate before hand. He was constantly swimming today, I only saw him rest for like 5 minutes throughout the day, and as I am typing this he is still swimming around the glass, acting like he wants food but wont accept it.
Oh OK... same thing as a bat ray , right? They do bury in the sand it's so funny looking. Maybe just to busy playing and getting to know hs new home to calm down for food. From what I understand thats a pretty quick turn around for him to finally feel comfortable...but as you said the tank mates he has probably are nice enough for him to be himself a little quicker. Aww you should take video or pics. Well glad he is out. Enjoy him!