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Mine float at top right corner near surface after lights out.
When lights are on they got a little corner next to overflow where they chill and only cone front of tank at feeding time
No mine has the other half of its body out of the water and when he drifts of the power head he dives then comes back up
 
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No mine has the other half of its body out of the water and when he drifts of the power head he dives then comes back up
Maybe he Australian ( from gbr) and likes surfing ha ha

Got to see video of this ^_^

Maybe he eyeing up where nearest plughole is as all drains lead to the ocean ha ha

Edit : just seen your Australian so yeah clownfish may like to surf ^_^
 

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I thought because he just floats back to the top so I wedged him in a rock and now he has a hermit crab friend
Ok im confused now.

Is this thread like " aw look my clownfish floating its so cute "

Or....

" hey look my clownfish floating and not sure if got a problem "?

There is something called swim bladder diesese where the fish loses its ability to self regulate buoyancy and stay stable/ upright in water and floats or sometimes sinks to bottom of tank and all over place really ,
But wedging your fish inbetween a rock I don't think right thing to do as could damage the fish or was that a joke ^_^
 
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Ok im confused now.

Is this thread like " aw look my clownfish floating its so cute "

Or....

" hey look my clownfish floating and not sure if got a problem "?

There is something called swim bladder diesese where the fish loses its ability to self regulate buoyancy and stay stable/ upright in water and floats or sometimes sinks to bottom of tank and all over place really ,
But wedging your fish inbetween a rock I don't think right thing to do as could damage the fish or was that a joke ^_^
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But nemo is in my tank and gets taken out for a swim by his dominatrix each evening if she's in the mood to take him for a swim that is, else she just leaves him in the corner of my tank where he spends the day swimming around their rocks and mushrooms at the bottom of the tank and that's where they sleep too in the mushy's.
 
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But nemo is in my tank and gets taken out for a swim by his dominatrix each evening if she's in the mood to take him for a swim that is, else she just leaves him in the corner of my tank where he spends the day swimming around their rocks and mushrooms at the bottom of the tank and that's where they sleep too in the mushy's.
When my nemos being mean I take him out of water for 15 minutes and he stops
 
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