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  1. Default Question about Peacock Eel behavior


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    Have two peacocks and they are doing great, I feed them every 2-3 days frozen bloodworms one time and frozen brine shrimp the other. I also feed other foods each day to the other fish, so they are very well fed. I change water about every 5-7 days (approx. 8 gallons ). My question to ask it that one of the eels/fish seems to hang off the heater every so often, the water temperature is around 76 degrees so I'm thinking it's not to cool, just don't don't if this is a problem?, the eel does swim away when I touch him and he acts very healthy. I'm thinking the eel is just hanging out where ever and he/she finds this a comfortable spot?
    1--29 gallon tank: 1 small angelfish, pygmy cory, and 4 baby albino bristlenose.
    2--55 gallon tank: 1 adult angelfish, 7 black skirt tetras, 5 yo yo loaches, 1 synodontis catfish and 1 spotted raphael.
    3--3 gallon tank with female betta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KINGMED
    I'm thinking the eel is just hanging out where ever and he/she finds this a comfortable spot?
    That's it. If the water was too cold the eels would be acting sluggish or stiff.
    I tested 97% positive for Multiple Tank Syndrome
    ~~~~~~~~~~~Cory Catfish
    King of the Virtual [Cory] Catfish

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    I've had my eels do that as well, sometimes they look impaled to fake plants. My waters around 78.

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