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great picture sanjay
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wow that's spectacular

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05-13-2013, 08:12 AM
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Hah, it looks like they are all hosting each other.
Why are they doing this?
 
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Cool!!
I didnt know some were mostly white!
 
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Hah, it looks like they are all hosting each other.
Why are they doing this?

Tank raised clownfish tend to do that, especially if they are in large numbers. I guess with being in a bare tank, they just take refuge in each other when spooked. Safety in numbers ?
 
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05-13-2013, 10:12 AM
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Great pic Sanjay. I've never seen that before
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Tank raised clownfish tend to do that, especially if they are in large numbers. I guess with being in a bare tank, they just take refuge in each other when spooked. Safety in numbers ?
That seems like the most likely reason. I was at a LFS once as they were adding a few new groups of tank raised clowns to their tanks, and they all did this (not quite as many as you have there lol!).

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05-13-2013, 05:29 PM
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Awesome photo!
 
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Beautiful clowns Sanjay! I already have a pair of your midnight photons that I love and I'm going to have to get my hands on these when they are available
 

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