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Old 12-22-2013, 06:18 PM   #1
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Well after a few months of debate I decided to add a Blue Throat Trigger, my LFS had him for about 2 weeks even tho when I got there he was hiding behind the powerhead. He seemed very healthy and when food was added to the tank, he went to town. He just seemed a little timid. So I brought him home and drip acclimated him for 3 hours. About a half hour ago I added him in, as soon as he was in he started swimming in the corner continuously and not stopping now he is just laying on his side on the bottom of the tank, I'm going to keep an eye on him but it makes no sense, he was doing fine and all. I fed the tank as soon as he went in but he didn't go for anything, I also turned all the lights off so he could feel secure. What do you think is he just in shock? I'm going to keep an eye on him throughout the night.

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What are your parameters? Are there other fish in this tank?
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