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Old 11-29-2011, 08:47 AM   #1
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Extremely Aggressive Platy

Hi everyone, I need some help.


One of my platys is extremely preggo and has recently begun chasing the male and biting him, being very mean and nasty. Is this normal pregnancy behavior? It's the first time I've had her preggo with a male in the tank. And no, he isn't stressing her.

So if it's normal, when does it stop? And I see her birthing tube and all but she simply won't drop.


Also, all of the fish in the tank currently have ich. (Being treated). Is this a possible factor?


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