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Old 10/22/2007, 08:04 AM
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Shy Rabbitfish

I have a Single Spot Rabbitfish that seems unusually shy lately. Spends a lot of time hiding but does come out for feedings. No new tank inhabitants, no new tank disruptions, normal chemistries w/nothing out of wack, and he shows no outward signs of disease (all fish in tank seem healthy). Any thoughts? Are they usually shy?
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Old 10/22/2007, 09:02 AM
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Is your rabbitfish new? My rabbitfish were very shy and skittish when I first got them. After a few months, they became a lot more bold. Now, they try to rip nori out of my hand before I can attatch it to a clip.
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Old 10/22/2007, 11:00 AM
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I had him for about two months.
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