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Old 07-03-2014, 01:41 PM   #1
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Angel fish help?

We have 1 angel fish in our tank it's quite grumpy and likes to patrol the tank would it suit if we got another? We had another big fish in the tank and had to move it on as it ended up miserable would it be even happier if we got it a same species friend? Unsure of sex etc any info would be fab xx Click image for larger version

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If you get it a girl/boy friend it could help. If you get the same sex it will be worse.


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Old 07-03-2014, 02:18 PM   #3
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Is there ways of finding out the sex of an angelfish ?x
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My angels all like each other. I've never seen them fight. They're always swimming in a loose pack they also gang up and bite my arm when I work in the tank.
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Our angelfish certainly has plenty of character I just want him/her to be happy ??
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Sexing an angle has to wait till they mature. (At least from my experience.)
I have never had any trouble with the same sex. But getting another fish might help.


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