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  1. Dane Gyduska

    Dane Gyduska Member

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    I recently had an algae bloom in my tank so it went dark for 6 days and now that the water has cleared everything in there is fine except my maroon clown appears to have died and been eaten by one of the choc chip stars. I am looking to add 1 or 2 more fish but not sure if I want another clown or not being that they are somewhat aggressive. I currently have...1 bangaii cardinal, 3 green chromis, 2 choc chip stars, 2 peppermint shrimp, and 5 turbo snails. Any advice is appriciated in advance! I have a 32 gal biocube and would love to get a valentini puffer but not sure if the tank is large enough
     
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    A valentini will be fine in that size tank but will likely go after the shrimp and snails.
     
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    Thanks. I read that a few other places but I'm honestly not to worried about it. If it does it does. Part of life
     
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