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> Goldfish Interaction/behavior
post Sun, 10 May 2009 2:41 am
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Is it ok that my calico ryukin seems to chase after my other goldfish and seems to be sucking on them? This happens every so often. Is this a problem?
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Sounds like a lecher to me biggrin.gif .You may have an over sexed male going through its amorous advances.In the piscean world,it is fully acceptable and natural to find such behaviour.No harm unless the chases go overboard with resultant physical injuries to its companion with its fetish "attacks"
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