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The first two pics show my 3 goldfish and single Siamese Algae Eater lined up in a row, staring at their beautiful reflections. They might have an Adonis complex.

The algae eater likes to hang out with the big boys. Its name is Ivan (the goldfish don’t have names yet), and I actually had this fish much longer than the goldfish. I’d say about a year, maybe more.C4620921-4BD1-453B-9B88-F35691A676A5.thumb.jpeg.82e9ae6f1e02212fe528e5f9689e0803.jpeg

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Neat looking tank, I would be careful with a SAE. If the goldfish get big enough they could try and eat it, and if that happens it will get stuck in there mouths and its very hard to get out as the dorsal fin is like a spike :o 

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Very nice!!!

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Apparently, it's not the goldfish I should be worried about; it's Ivan the algae eater. I noticed my two Tamasabas with reddish and ripped caudal fins for several days now. I thought it was the Hibuna, since it was the only one unaffected. But I didn't want to jump the gun and waited to see if it was really him/her. Well, today I saw Ivan sucking and nibbling on their tails, like lettuce. The only one he doesn't do this to is the Hibuna, probably because of its shorter tail fin. Now that I think on it, Ivan is specifically following the Hibuna around, like a partner. Needless to say, I'll have to remove him.

Ironically, Ivan was named after Ivan The Terrible. 

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On 7/2/2018 at 6:21 AM, scarface said:

Apparently, it's not the goldfish I should be worried about; it's Ivan the algae eater. I noticed my two Tamasabas with reddish and ripped caudal fins for several days now. I thought it was the Hibuna, since it was the only one unaffected. But I didn't want to jump the gun and waited to see if it was really him/her. Well, today I saw Ivan sucking and nibbling on their tails, like lettuce. The only one he doesn't do this to is the Hibuna, probably because of its shorter tail fin. Now that I think on it, Ivan is specifically following the Hibuna around, like a partner. Needless to say, I'll have to remove him.

Ironically, Ivan was named after Ivan The Terrible. 

yeah sometimes they do that too if they aren't getting enough to eat, but I never liked the two together :o 

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