Landon Posted April 26 Share Posted April 26 I have a 48 gallon community tank (high tech setup, canister filter) with: 1 Spotted Congo Puffer 6 Congo Tetra 6 Orange Laser Cories 1 Hillstream Loach 2 Giant Otos A thriving colony of Cherry Shrimp I’ve had my Congo Tetra for over six months and they are pretty intense. Often when I reach in the tank, they go into freak out mode where they thrash against the glass, substrate, and rocks. It looks like they might be trying to dig under the rocks which looks painful… Sometimes they pull up plants. I also have to be very careful walking near the tank at night to prevent freak outs. Otherwise, they seem to dominate the tank, pushing my puffer away at feeding time. Most of the males are very colorful. Is this normal for Congo Tetras? Maybe I just prefer more chill species? 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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