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Old 07-06-2015, 11:11 PM   #11
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My Betta as well as both of my clown fish like to sleep against the back of the tank where the water at the top flows into the sump. They must use the water flow through the grate to hold them in place , more than once I have fallen for their trick and I think OHHH no they are dead = nope just nap time.
We've had a few do that...
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I can tell when it's 8:30 time for bed as all my fish disappear in to the rocks , they wont reappear till morning around 6:30 wake up time , you can almost set your clock to them,
they also know when it's feeding time as they all hang out at the surface , and they do this the same time every day 1:00 , they are very smart
I cant seem to fool them turning lights off early or even on for that matter ,
That's so awesome I love when fish surprise us like that.
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