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  1. All things being equal, who is at risk of greater damage: the one held by the lower jaw or the one held by the top of the mouth? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Hey guys I have 2 oscars 3 plecos and 6 flowerhorns in a 6x2x2 that have been locking jaws for a while now also slapping each others sides and chasing each other around the tank They also chase the other fish in the tank just wondering what this means none of the fish have any bites on them Though
  3. Hi Guys, Just hoping that someone can answer a question for me as I am sort of new to breeding, I recently swapped my African cichlids for the pair of flower-horns in the image bellow. They seemed really happy with each other some I removed the divider, since then they have been swimming together and the male is moving the rocks to make a pit of some sort. That had been together for at least 3 days and the other day I turned the light on and they started lip locking very aggressively is this something part of breeding or are they trying to kill each other ? Any answers to this question would be very much appreciated. Kind Regards, Matt Uploaded with ImageShack.us
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  5. just wondering when my americans are liplocking are they fighting or making out
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