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    Hi, this behavior started this week , the big one is chasing the little one. they live together for almost a year and thats the first time thats happened. its happening a few times a day. Do you know what is this? Is it a game? attack? Mating behavior? thank you

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    My guess would be stress from living in such a small tank

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    It's telling the small fish to get out of its territory. With growth comes smaller territory.

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    Is it dangerous? like ciclids ,can they hurt eachother?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaveThemAll1 View Post
    Is it dangerous? like ciclids ,can they hurt eachother?
    Yes they can thrash each other real well,

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