PineSong Posted August 7, 2022 Share Posted August 7, 2022 I brought these two little angels home yesterday and I have them in a 10g QT set up in the kitchen. So far, they mostly hover near each other, standing still. They've shown no awareness that I was adding food to the tank (frozen BBS, dried bloodworms, floating cichlid pellets) and I've not seen them eat. I did see one of them peck at the filter, and at a piece of cholla that I put in there that came out of my shrimp tank. Other than that, they are very still. If I leave the room they seem to explore more, when I come in I will see them near the front of the tank. If they see me, they go hang in the back. I know it can take fish a few days to settle in and to realize who brings the dinner, so I am not worrying..Just noticing that since they behave so differently from the bettas, livebearers and goldfish I've had all my previous experience with, I don't really know how to tell if they feel well or poorly. How does one judge the healthy behavior of such a still fish? Also, any recommendations for getting them to eat? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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