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Old 04-17-2013, 08:28 PM   #1
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Rummynose behavior


I am sure this is just going to be some fluke thing....

I took a few Rams that I had in Quarantine and introduced them to my main tank the other day, all is well and peaceful. I usually observe heavily the night i put them in and happened to look at the tank and saw that one of (the smallest on of the dozen) my Rummynose Tetras was swimming directly underneath one of the new Bolivian Rams. He was shadowing him for about 30 seconds at a time off and on for a few minutes. Nothing came of it, but I have never seen that before and thought it was really cool.

Anyone see anything like that before?
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