So recently I decided to stop having an aggressive cichlids tank and gave away my convicts and fire mouths because I needed something that requires a little less vigilance. I had some tiger barbs and was wondering what interesting fish I could stock with them. My trusty LFS who has never led me astray suggested hatchetfish and angelfish, but only if I have a large school of tigers. I knew that hatchets would be fine with a large school but I was initially hesitant about angels even with a large school of tigers. He insisted it would be fine, so I trusted and got two angels with some hatchets while simultaneously upping my tiger school to 9. Everything has been fine ever since which is why I am so confused. Do tiger barbs just drop their fin nipping habit when there is enough of them? They will swim towards my angels seemingly tempted to nip but the angel will just swim away and the Tigers don't pursue, they just seem to be to lazy to care anymore. Yet the school is very active, swimming all over the tank, the hatchets and angels seem to just hang out in the same place and are unbothered. Is this normal?