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  1. Default My Juliis go Up and Down

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    My Juliis sometimes run up & down the sides of the glass many times. Is this normal?

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    If they are young, or new to the tank, then yes, that is what cories do. if they aren't and simply started randomly then there might be something in your tank bothering them.

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    agreed, every time I've added new cory's to my QT when I get them then over to the main tank. they all do that. I think they are exploring and making sure they know where things are.

    But on another note, cory's do race up to the top and get a gulp of air every so often. so that is their normal behavior from now on.

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    Read the "corys acting wierd" thread. Very close to your question.

    Good luck to your Yankees, they will need it.

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