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    old Harlequin becoming senile?

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    Hi folks..I have one harlequin that I have kept for 2 years. Pretty senior already and has lived thru all traumas inflicted by an inexperienced newbie (me)upon his school of friends, who didn't survive. He is the last survivor..

    Now he is behaving rather oddly, as he is playing the big boss and chasing the rummies and the tetras. Aren't they supposed to be peaceful and non-territorial? Is it normal behavior or is he getting senile??

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    fishes of different species tend to show terrorital sign in a tank, even though they r peaceful.. u will also get a different reaction if there is just 1 fish compared to a group of the same species

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    I think if u put in more Harlequins will be alright. think the fish is feeling threatened.

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    Thanks...Wish I could put in more harlequins but already maximun capacity..
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    even 2 or 3 friends could make his behaviour different.
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