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Old 06-22-2012, 09:09 AM   #11
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Three clownfish will kill each other
Two will pair and kill the other
3 clowns will not kill each other as long as they r all added at the same time and also long as they r from the same tank at the shop and no each other.
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Old 06-22-2012, 09:16 AM   #12
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3 clowns will not kill each other as long as they r all added at the same time and also long as they r from the same tank at the shop and no each other.
Thnx mate uve been really helpfull il find out exactley wot the fish r called n get back to u I'm a beginner n I'm trying to learn the best I can before putting anything in the tank even know ive had it for 3 months n I can't wait but I wana make the rite decisions
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Old 06-22-2012, 09:20 AM   #13
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3 clowns will not kill each other as long as they r all added at the same time and also long as they r from the same tank at the shop and no each other.
I just google it again and almost every single answer, several with experience with three, say that they will fight and gang up on each other
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Old 06-22-2012, 09:20 AM   #14
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Thnx mate uve been really helpfull il find out exactley wot the fish r called n get back to u I'm a beginner n I'm trying to learn the best I can before putting anything in the tank even know ive had it for 3 months n I can't wait but I wana make the rite decisions
U r welcome and congratulations on doing the right thing of researching what you want first. To many people go to the fish shop and just pick then without research and then they get home and find out the fish isn't right for them. I bow my head to you. Nice work.
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Old 06-22-2012, 09:22 AM   #15
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I just google it again and almost every single answer, several with experience with three, say that they will fight and gang up on each other
It really depends on the fishes personality I have seen multiple ocellaris and percular clowns kept in the same tank and they do not fight. But all fish are different so u will never no.
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Old 06-22-2012, 09:23 AM   #16
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I just google it again and almost every single answer, several with experience with three, say that they will fight and gang up on each other
Dnt worry I won't get 3 then
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Haha have u thought about what clowns u want.
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Old 06-22-2012, 09:24 AM   #18
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U r welcome and congratulations on doing the right thing of researching what you want first. To many people go to the fish shop and just pick then without research and then they get home and find out the fish isn't right for them. I bow my head to you. Nice work.
Thank u il get back to u on the fish n look into the other puffers
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Np. A good website to use for fish Information is www.liveaquaria.com most of puffers with the compressed bodies are reef safe with caution such as the Valentini puffer or saddleback puffer but the ones with the box shaped bodies sick as the porcupine puffer or the Immaculatus puffer are not reef safe. But just remember that all puffers have a high chance to eat shrimp such as cleaner shrimp or peppermint shrimp.
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None of the puffers I know are reef safe. Use caution for all puffers. I would never keep any expensive corals with them.
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