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Old 09-02-2004, 10:16 PM   #11
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atari- what was you first language???
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haha, my first language was Hick, just for the record, and thanks for clarifying about my clowns, I'm now almost positive that they will pair up

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I'm starting to think mine won't. They get along very well. They always seem to be right together and i've never seen them fight. What would happen if i introduced another smaller clown or two?
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They get along very well. They always seem to be right together and i've never seen them fight.
That would indicate that they have paired up. If it's the fact they haven't mated yet, that isn't always a given. My skunks didn't start producing eggs for almost 5 years. Any aggressive fish in the tank will also hold them back.

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Depending on the size of your tank it would mean almost certain death for the new arrival.

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so even though they are about the same size as long as they seemed to be paired thay probably are?
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so even though they are about the same size as long as they seemed to be paired thay probably are?
Pretty much. Sooner or later you will notice changes in the relationship and body sizing. They may yet be too sexually imature for things to be noticed as yet.

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