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    Schooling behavior only shows up when the fish feel threatened in some way. Like the others have said, it's a good sign, they're comfortable. Sometimes that threatened feeling may not necessarily come from an aggressive fish, but simply by the pressence of a larger fish. I have Neons and Rummynoses in my tank with my Discus and the will occasionally school, but it usually only happens when the Discus come out for a swim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halelorf
    I know someone had this same thing happen awhile back. As said above they feel comfortable so they don't need to school. However if you would like to see them school search google images for a "Wolf Fish" and put the image near the tank. Don't do that too much though or you might stress them a bit.
    Hahaha thats funny, those fish are nasty they live in my homeland Norway!!!!

    You dont eat these and you never wish to catch one lol they are so gross!!
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    Wolf fish, EWWWW!

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