- Dec 3, 2019
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Okay, so I just posted on here, but I just came across something, my acan was eating my neon goby, it was stuck in its mouth and could not get out and I had to physically open the acans mouth to free it. The goby looks to have some minor skin damage but seems to be stung and breathing heavily at the bottom at the moment he can still swim correctly It would seem, and his fins seem intact. Is there anything I can do for it or at least possibly to prevent infection. This was my first saltwater fish and have had it over a year will be disappointed to lose it, I have never had this happen nor have I heard of ACANS eating fish, maybe dead fish, but not a live fish. As of right now I put pellets in all my acans to close their heads, because maybe they're hungry, but I feed pretty well. The goby is in a plastic cup with holes, in my overflow box so nothing attacks it, because I saw nessarious snails trying to get him.