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Jaysee

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They can really run the gamut - some are super aggressive, some are super chill, most fall somewhere in the middle. I am sure that genetics plays a large role in that, but timid is not a word I'd use to describe the ones I've kept. At least not when they were "healthy".
 

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My blue DG zipped up and down the tank walls for... like.... a WEEK! Then he calmed down. He still does it sometimes (I think he sees a reflection or something).... but now he responds just like any other 'starving' FEESHIE when I walk up to the tank.

Still no problem with my DG and his 8 male endler buddies. He doesn't like it when they get too close at feeding time, but they worked out who eats where rather quickly. I also have lots o plants and a makeshift cave made out of mopani in case the endlers feel the need to hide. But everyone is coexisting fine with no aggression.

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My DG did that up/down side of tank move too. I have no idea what he's doing, but its not often.
 
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