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Old 10-23-2011, 12:48 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by redsea View Post
Speaking of Clowns and Triggers, my Ocellaris in my other aquarium looks like a part of his tail was bitten off (it has grown back, but the outlining is kind of weird), is it normal for Niger Triggers to behave like this?
Not normally ,,but a trigger is a trigger...Plus the ocellaris clowns are a little more timid than say a maroon or tomato and may give in some ,,but still aggressive ...I'd just try and keep an eye on things in there

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