Tank mate question

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That is, they start off life as adorable, gregarious little juveniles—enticing to hobbyists—but morph into big, drab, decidedly less cute and sociable adults while also being venemous if threatened. The cat has highly venomous spines in its dorsal and pectoral fins. Stings are said to be excruciatingly painful m. Reactions can be extremely difficult to qualify so considerable caution must be exercised when capturing/transferring this species or working within the same tank.
I’ve seen them in community tanks and don’t seem to be a threat to tank mates
 

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