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Old 12-03-2013, 07:53 PM   #31
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the shaking isnt necessarily a bad sign. i think thats more of a warning sign then anything. both of mine do it from time to time.

as a side note, if you are trying to load photos from the mobile app, try loading them through an actual computer. i ran into same problem, apparently theres a limit as to how many photos you can upload directly to AA
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Shaking is normal submissive behavior. Just give them time and they will figure things out....as long as they are eating.
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my 2 went at it for 4-6 weeks before finally i just gave up on trying to nurse them together ironically enough they have been completely fine ever since lol
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Old 12-03-2013, 08:22 PM   #34
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Shaking is normal submissive behavior. Just give them time and they will figure things out....as long as they are eating.
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my 2 went at it for 4-6 weeks before finally i just gave up on trying to nurse them together ironically enough they have been completely fine ever since lol
ok cool! So far they've both ben eating!
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Old 12-03-2013, 08:24 PM   #35
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you should be ok then. the thing to remember is to not do anything drastic. itll just stress the fish out more
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you should be ok then. the thing to remember is to not do anything drastic. itll just stress the fish out more
yeah, would it be ok to add more fish or should I wait?
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Definitely wait. Let the current fish get used to the tank and establish resting/hiding spots.
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Definitely wait. Let the current fish get used to the tank and establish resting/hiding spots.
+1. no need to add more stress to an already stressful situation
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Ok cool!
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Well, my clown fish has been swimming from spot to spot and kid of just hanging in that spot for a few minutes. Hopefully he's getting more used to the tank. However, while spectating him, I noticed a spot behind his left side fin. Possible part of his white broken middle strip? I posted pics in my profile but they aren't very good.
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