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Old 08-22-2015, 03:53 AM   #11
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Is it air? Or a type of gas is the next question.

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Yes they do. I've only seen a few loaches do it and read about herring doing it though.
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Ok now I'm smiling and chucking quite a bit...

Makes sense. Air in, air out...
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I've seen cories do it(I about lost my mind the first time I saw it, lol) and any fish that feeds heavily at the surface has a chance of doing it

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