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Default How to introduce a new cory

I was thinking of buying another 2 maybe since i'm getting rid of my danios by selling them back. Anyways is it okay for the cories to be introduced into a new tank? And what would be a normal reaction to expect? Will the other cories accept them?

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Default Re: How to introduce a new cory

If you acclimate the corys before releasing them into the tank they should be ok.
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Okay, thank you Dano. I wasn't sure if it was complicated or anything!
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