Tropical Fish

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A question for the more savvy readers out there. When you have some tropical fish in a tank in the living room, is it normal to hear some of them eating from two rooms away?

We have three catfish, which I bought when they were about one inch long, that have now grown to about ten inches long each. Ten inches of lean, mean, wriggling, eating machine.

The kids are under orders not to open their bedroom door unless whatever is trying to get in can speak.


io'b said:

My experience is that fish can be noisy ... the Clown Loaches used to eat snails in the shell. They would bang the shells around and generally make a lot of tip-tap noises with their food.

There aren't any more snails left, now.

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