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Werid laying behaviour

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Unhappy Werid laying behaviour

Hi all.
Just wondering if anyone has any advice.
Whenever my female lays eggs she trys to get out of the water. Trys to climb out via on top of filter, sticks her head out of the water and swims back and forth like that. It only ever happens when she is getting ready to lay. My water is fine so is my male. What is this werid behaviour 😦why is she trying to escape the water when laying eggs! Any other time she is fine! She also swims continually, I'm talking like for days on end. Only when she is ready to lay.



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I never heard of that before!



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