Gestaltgal Posted April 29, 2022 Share Posted April 29, 2022 Hey all! In an attempt to not have to kill my guppies myself, we took a group of very small adults and very small juveniles over to a friend's 100 gallon tank who has two very large Kissing Gouramis, 2 Silver Dollars (often called plant piranhas, but we hoped for some carnivorous interest), and some very large ottocinclus catfish. We were hoping that the Kissing Gouramis would just get a snack from our little guppies, but alas, they have not eaten what looks like a single one. The guppies very obviously fit in the Gouramis' mouths, so we're confused. One of them is particularly vicious, so why aren't they eating these guppies? Now, it has just become a grand experiment to see these guppies loosely schooling and hanging out--a very pretty sight, but I was so sure! Any thoughts? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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