Want to know how to keep aggressive fish
in your tank? In nature, fish have all the space they need. Aggressive
species tend to be separated by greater distances, sometimes meeting
only to breed – just like polar bears in the North. Aquariums obviously
limit the amount of space any individual fish can occupy and therefore,
without precautions and planning, this can have serious consequences –
most often resulting in the death of the weaker species.
The best way to avoid such a problem is to carefully research
the fish you are planning to keep, and to make sure enough space is
provided for all the cohabitating fish.
The following factors are some of the limitations of fish aggression,
and I’d like to propose some solutions, such as creating natural
barriers, which will greatly reduce the chances for aggressive acts.