Oh Okay, I mean they are swimming pretty fine right now so I'll see tomorrowbubblebettas said:mine did this when i transferred them from their old tank to the new, i think it’s probably them adjusting to the different water qualities? it could be something to do with their swim bladder? mine stopped in a day or so
I only got them today and thank you.TW2AQUATICS said:How long have you had them? Honestly just give them time to settle and acclimate themselves, it’s her surroundings for them which I assume will be very different from where they came
Thank you and Yes they are swimming perfectly fine now.Itserikkaaa said:I just got three guppies too! I’ve read that glass surfing just means they are sort of bored and they like to watch what’s happening outside the tank. And I know guppies normally stay near the top. I’ve only ever had a betta before so I didn’t realize that most other fish need some sort of airstone or something and all of mine were at the top gasping so I hurried and put one in and they were much happier and swam around all over. But even then, they still spend most of their time at the top. If yours aren’t gasping for air and you have enough oxygen I think you are okay. Just watch them really closely and see if anything changes or if they are really lethargic or won’t eat or something like that. And as long as they are swimming around and occasionally go down, I think they are good.