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    Green Terror Hiding.

    My green terror for the past week has taken to hiding. He was very active when I first got him.

    He has picked the bottom corner of the tank behind a plant. I can't really tell if he is getting any food as well. He looks fine no heavy breathing, not overly skinny.

    Is this normal for a once active fish to go into hiding?

    All other fish in the tank are healthy, and water peramiters are good.

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    Sorry wrong section. Just moved to freshwater.

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    Is it possible he's getting bullied?

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