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Bolivian ram behaviour.
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I have a male bolivian ram in my community tank over the last week he has made a furrow in the sand below some bogwood he sits there for ages at the time I  thought he was sick but he does move around is territory and looks ok,is this normal behaviour?.
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Sounds like he’s staked his place Smile
As long as he doesn’t look stressed (gasping, hiding) he should be ok. You might want to get him a friend or two. Bolivians can live in small groups happily if you have the room.
 😇 Heaven doesn’t want me...
And Hell is afraid I’ll take over! 😈
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I agree, our male Bolivian Ram did exactly the same thing while trying to court our female. He's basically getting a love nest ready in case a female swims along Big Grin
500L Goldfish tank containing 9 gorgeous goldies Smile
12L Pico/Nano currently empty but working on it!!
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Hi,thanks for the reply I think I will wait a little longer before i add any more rams the tank is well populated at the moment i will keep an eye on him for now.
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