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They are beautiful, lively but at times, they can be the worst bullies in the tank. Check out some of these fish bullies and see if you agree.
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Tiger Barb

Known for their bright colors and markings, these characeters are kown for nipping the finds of other fish. At times even down to the flesh.
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Red Tailed Shark

They’re pretty and great sacvangers. The Red-Tailed Shark isn’t exactly the most nicest fish. You can’t keep more than one red-tail or a similar shark in the same tank. They will not get along.
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Bettas

These beautifes are terroritorial. Just avoid mixing them with species that share the same territories. For example, the Tiger Barb.
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Convict Cichild

The convict cichild come in striped and pink forms. However, while most convicts are fine with their own kind, when they breed can become agressive and territorial.
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Blue Gourami

These popular fish are also known to be aggressive. They are also kown to claim a section of a tank and defend it. FYI, only get one of them.
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Chinese Algae-Eater

The Chinese Algae Eaters don’t eat algage. They eat the body slime off the of fish. Injuring or killing them.
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Skunk Loach

The Skunk Loach is a small fish. It’s about 4 inches, but it NIPS! As long as you keep it well-fed, it should be a good fish. Another tip, try feeding it sinking pellets to avoid it from nipping.
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Angelfish

Angelfish are beautiful and they get along with other fish. However, just don’t mix them with fish that will nip their long fins.
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Plecos

Despite their popularity, some plecos can grow up to a foot long and produce a massive amount of water. Also, some younger plecos can be pretty agressive.
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Discus

Like Angelfish, the Discus are kown for their pretty colors. To keep them, happy, put the Discus in a species specific tank with lots of space to swim.
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