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Old 12-09-2011, 06:07 PM   #1
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chromis by himself

Hi I bought 3 chromis again I accumated them for 1 and a half when I put them in they scattered in all directions and my royal gramma was chaseing them all night the next day I found one dead for the next week the other two are on opposite sides of the tank and not eating should I be worried? They look fine one is at the top and th other at the bottam and is it all right if there by them self?
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