07-14-2013, 11:02 AM
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Do a water change first, at least 25% of the aquarium. Make sure your new water is the correct temp. and you use a good dechlorinator. Next, Rams love to duck, and hide, give the fish somewhere to go, and get out of your face. Don't forget to clean your filter when you change the water.
If the fish continues this 24 hours after the water change , you can look for other problems, and medicate. Lets not just start to dump in meds before we add clean fresh water. There is more to water than what we test.
Is this fish eating?