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cheers nelly, see them lots more now, im really pleased, was a bit worried i would upset them moving things out, but nope they seem fine :) visitors are commenting on them now, where as they couldnt see them before :lol:
 

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i love them to bits :)

will they eat live freshwater shrimp? i have found a MHA about an hour away that sells them, so i got 20 and chucked them in for Bo.. but he cant catch them, hes way to slow :lol: so if i can ill put them in for them.. i rarley see them eat, they seem to eat when no one is in the room overnight ( threw some blood worm in last night and its all gone this morning) but other food i put in just seems to get left, ive tried everything, cichlid pellets,flake,prawn and the list goes on, they dont seem to be suffering any ill effects but obviously i want them to eat :/
 

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my assams used to eat anything, but now they will only eat bloodworm! They just leave anything else on the floor like lance fish, prawn and cockles! I still try them every week or so but there having none of it!
Im pretty sure now that my 2 i thought were male and female are 2 males! At night when the lights go out they fight, not bad, they like hit each other with their tails and spread their fins and extend their throats! And they are both a good 6 inch and equally as colourful!
Just my luck! And the other 3 are about half the size! Crazy!
Dave
 

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