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Old 05-19-2009, 01:56 PM   #1
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Question Moray Expert here?

Hey guys. Im looking for somebody who can tell me more about having more than one moray in one tank. It is about a snowflake and a chainlink moray. I have a few questions about that.

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Would be nice if you posted your question so all can benefit I'd be happy to assist you, though.
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I agree. Lets post it on this thread so maybe others can be helped. I have some snowflake experience.
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Can you remind me what size tank?
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That is not my question. The tank is big enough. In a few months I am going to upgrade to a bigger one anyways.

I dont think somebody have the two of them in the same tank here and it seems to work fine now with the pipes. Thanks anyways.
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According to the tank where the fish keep dieing, 30 Gallons.
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Typically the two can cohabitate, but obviously in your case there is an aggression issue. Most newly introduced animals will be picked on and especially if there is a size difference. If the chain-link is very small in comparison you can keep it in a separate tank until it gains size.
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That is not my question. The tank is big enough. In a few months I am going to upgrade to a bigger one anyways.

I dont think somebody have the two of them in the same tank here and it seems to work fine now with the pipes. Thanks anyways.
But it is my question. I think you already know the answer before you ask. That`s why you try to avoid answering the important questions.
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