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OK, now I know

Posted By: shari <sanford9@optonline.net>
Date: Thursday, 26 May 2005, at 9:51 p.m.

you should keep clowns in groups because they are social fish, right? Well, I had to take my largest (but not very big, only 4") clown out to the q-tank because he succumbed to ick after a major water change. He's in the little planted 10g with sand substrate all alone. But--

he seems to like it. He's gotten to the point where he comes up to the front of the glass whenever I come near and lays around on his side, does rollovers, and in general plays with me when I open the tank! No fear, seems very comfy and happy, comes right up for food and whiskers my hand. I'm almost afraid to put him back in the big tank, he seems so much more happy in the small one ;-/ In the 55 he hid alot, ran away whenever someone walked