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Shy clowns, busy kubotois
Posted By: Elizazbeth Naime <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, 2 June 2004, at 6:05 p.m.
My four clown loaches are shy; if I lurk quietly near the tank and/or sneak up on them, I can see them clowning around, but when I stomp down the stairs in my normal fashion they are all in hiding. The seven kubotois, on the other hand, are usually out and about -- and have already started keeping an eye on me, just in case I'm planning to drop some food in the tank. They're both new; the clowns were acquired no more than 36 hours before the kubotois.
I'm sure they'll come around (they are already getting braver when food is in the tank), just thought it was interesting. Do the rest of you with these two species notice that one is shyer than the others, or is it more an individual fish (or group) thing?