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Thread: New angelfish

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    I'm trying to add a new angelfish to my tank, but the other angelfish is giving it a hard time.



    What can I do to make them accept it?

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    introducing new fish to a existing group can be hard.

    I would recommend that you change your aquarium setup. Rearrange the decor and then introduce the new fish. Redecorating your aquarium will destroy the existing territories and then a new order have to be established and this gives the new fish a better chance of finding his place in the tank.

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    Thank's, I'll give that a try.

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    would this work with other fish? whenever i add a fish that i already have one of, the one already their would chase it around the aquariam for days...

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    It depends on the species. It is almost impossible to keep more than one fish of some species in the same aquarium.

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