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Tiger Barb hasn't done anything to them except look at them. I turned on the light this morning and all is well. They are swimming around with the rest of the fish. So whatever was affecting them isn't anymore. Maybe it was just the shock of a new tank and they had to adjust. I don't know. Well, now that that is taken care. Thank you so much guys for the help on that problem. I am just glad they are acting like regular fish now!
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Sadly, yesterday 1 of the Mollies died. It was the weirdest thing, they were both just fine then all of a sudden 1 of them just died. The one that did die though had been the worse of the 2. Since that one has died though the other is just fine. Very happy to say the least. I guess it just wasn't meant to be with the other
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mmn interesting?Ihad mollies a long time ago they too stayed high at top of the tank but only for a week or so , Ithought that was just the way they were,eventually they just blended in and swam everywhere.I didn.t have barbs at the time though.Ikept them with the quieter community,eventually put them in a seperate tank.they bread like mad,it was my first encounter of being a mum to a fish' Good luck.
 


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