I think so. I woke up this morning and my dad had the net and bucket out. First thought was oh my gosh they died, but I seen all so I asked what happened. He said they were fighting so I separated them for a while. I had to explain to him that I believe it is a dominance thing, they aren't biting just shoving.
this will continue throughout their lives.temperature is a trigger for mating behavior.has there been any changes in temp where you live?did you change the tank temp somehow?doing water changes?this is natural for them.make sure that you do not have any sharp plants or hardscape in the tank.they can sustain injury from these,opening the door to infection.
Hey, everyone. This is my first tank setup and I wanted to share it with this community.
I was originally was going for the whole aquascape thing, but realised that I am not an artist XD. Anyway, here is some photos of the tank...also a turtle.
These photos are...
Good day all
Im not new to fish keeping +/- 10 jears now. But been doing some changes the last week or so to my tanks.
Here are some fotos of my progress.
Please veel free to give advice and comments
Black skirt tetras
New to the forum and wanted to share my current picture of my 35 gallon aquarium. I have dwarf and blue gourami, red rainbow shark, cory cats, red rainbows, and cherry barbs in there. I'll add more pics later.
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