Clownfish Pairing - twitching video -

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The twitching behavior is more than likely the male submitting to the female showing she has dominance in the relationship! I have seen this behavior in many of my clowns and my current that I have as well!

Really a nice pair and going to look really good when they grow out! Nice video too, can catch my YouTube channel as well (linked below or search King Tide Corals)
 
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is this a question? if so, completely normal

Oh no question here, I didn’t even insert text to the post. Just sharing a video that’s all. (I’m not someone that goes out and buys a fish without doing my research on the fish first.)

I know an abundance of info on the clownfish, I just simply wanted to share a 10sec. video. Thx!
 

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