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  1. Default Feeding Otos veggies

    0 Not allowed!
    I plan to stock 6 Otos in my 36g bow front but would like to feed them veggies from time to time. Probably blanched zucchini.

    What's the best way to introduce them to this veg and feed them going forward? Veggie clip with a suction cup? If so, where should I place it? Lower towards the bottom so they're not competing with the schooling fish?

    Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock.

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    0 Not allowed!
    I feed mine cucumbers, zuchini and peas every now and again. They will also take pellets. You can use a metal fork to keep the cucumber or zucchini down on the substrate and you'll see them crowd around it. Just stick the prongs right through the side and place the fork upside down, so there's little chance for them to eat through and get scratched by the prongs.
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