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  1. #1

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    0 Not allowed!
    recently put 4 zebra nerites into my tank containing rainbows , barbs and dwarf synodontis cats. about 4 hours later i observed one of the synodontis cats flip one of the nerites on its back and attempting to eat it. i righted the snail and placed it towards the corner of tank. later a second syno was going after another snail that was on glass. the syno kept circling and nipping at the snail shell for about 10 minutes. i removed snails and placed them in another tank. now they are eating away. anyone else have trouble with syno cats and snails before? in this case nerites.

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    some synos do eat snails, an example would be the False Cuckoo Synodontis (Synodontis Petricola).

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