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Old 06-03-2011, 07:14 PM   #1
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bala sharks breeding

I have caught two of my bala sharks locking tails and swimming around the tank and rubbing on each other. So haven't found anyone that would even guess haha
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Mine have been doing this is this a sign of breeding?
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I have no idea I'm about to record it and put it o. YouTube and ask for help haha one of my friends did the same thing for forever and he did t think he ever had eggs?
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Male bala's don't reach sexual maturity till they're around 9-10" in length, if the fish in question are smaller then what your seeing is aggression. They are also very difficult to breed in the home aquarium unless large tanks are used and even then it's a rare occurrence.
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Weird..... Thats what my gouramis do... But they are boys. :l Thats not good.
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Let's not get in that discussion. Only trouble comes from talking about politics, religion, money and sexual preferences.
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Let's not get in that discussion. Only trouble comes from talking about politics, religion, money and sexual preferences.
I meant mine might be fighting!
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