Common clowns

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My male clown is shaking next to the female clown but she dosent show any interest in him she shaked a couple of days ago at him but now no intrest in him when he shakes next to her she just blanks him and him swims away then comes back are these going to pair help please ??

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Shaking is a submissive gesture. They're quite likely to pair, rather than fight if he's being submissive. Just give it time.
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Thank you

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Looks like you may have a pair in the making. well done .doesnt always happen in the aquarium.good luck
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