75 Gallon Tank Angels Attack !

goofy

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Hi All

I just got a pair of black marble angels, I all ready had 6 sliver angels in my tank. Now after adding these two new angels they have started to attack my older angels which are small in size. What should i do? please help.
 

Nostrathomas

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There isn't alot you can do, other than move the new fish into another tank or add a divider. They might calm down some after the pecking order is established, they might not, sorry, that's all I have for you. I've had the same issue with my angels in the past, and it didn't end until I separated them.
 

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Hello Goofy and Welcome to Fish Lore!

According to your profile information you are not aware of the nitrogen cycle which is crucial to fish keeping:
The Aquarium Nitrogen Cycle

Too a test kit is highly recommended. The API (liquid) Master Test Kit is one of the best. It will test for everything mentioned in the nitrogen cycle link.

Angel Fish can be very territorial especially at mating time. Sorry that you're having territory issues.

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Best wishes.
Ken
 
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