Young adult Koran keeps looking down

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Hi Experts, Noticed my Koran keeps looking down occasionally for the past 2 weeks. Not swimming as it used to but it is eating well and looks healthy too... anything i should be worried about? Thanks.

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Hi Experts, Noticed my Koran keeps looking down occasionally for the past 2 weeks. Not swimming as it used to but it is eating well and looks healthy too... anything i should be worried about? Thanks.

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How long have you had it?
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The trouble is, by itself, that isn’t a symptom of any of the regular diseases. I do see that the fish has some epithelial thinning around it’s face, but that isn’t a treatable symptom either. If it isn’t breathing fast and is still eating well, I just would not have a treatment to suggest. Some fish do develop stereotypic behavior in captivity, but I’ve never seen this particular one before.
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The trouble is, by itself, that isn’t a symptom of any of the regular diseases. I do see that the fish has some epithelial thinning around it’s face, but that isn’t a treatable symptom either. If it isn’t breathing fast and is still eating well, I just would not have a treatment to suggest. Some fish do develop stereotypic behavior in captivity, but I’ve never seen this particular one before.
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Thank you very much Jay, will keep an eye and update. My koran developed HLLE a few months after i got it into the tank.. after researching making some changes to my system (e.g. changing my active carbon media) HLLE started to reduce/recover slowly.. so, what you see are some of the scars.
 
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Thank you very much Jay, will keep an eye and update. My koran developed HLLE a few months after i got it into the tank.. after researching making some changes to my system (e.g. changing my active carbon media) HLLE started to reduce/recover slowly.. so, what you see are some of the scars.
@Jay Hemdal and others, a quick update. My Koran is looking fine and not doing the looking down thing for a while now. Thanks all.
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