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Old 01-25-2014, 06:03 PM   #1
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bangai Cardinal question

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I just had two young bangai cardinals given to me. I have two tanks. A 36 gallon bf and a 75 gallon tank. I was going to put the two new cardinals in the 75 gallon tank. The bf has a bangai cardinal in it and it is just over a year old. My question is, I want to put all three in the big 75 gallon tank and wonder what is the best way to do it. Should I put they all in at the same time, or should I put the two new younger ones in first, then a day later add the older one from the bf?
Help would be appreciated asap.
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If it was me I'd add all the same time so that none have established territories before next added should reduce conflict
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Old 01-26-2014, 03:06 AM   #3
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Hi all.
I just had two young bangai cardinals given to me. I have two tanks. A 36 gallon bf and a 75 gallon tank. I was going to put the two new cardinals in the 75 gallon tank. The bf has a bangai cardinal in it and it is just over a year old. My question is, I want to put all three in the big 75 gallon tank and wonder what is the best way to do it. Should I put they all in at the same time, or should I put the two new younger ones in first, then a day later add the older one from the bf?
Help would be appreciated asap.

Same time for sure.
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Just keep eye on them as if there's two males they might fight and kill each other
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