Clown fish hurting my green chromis

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    saltwaterliz

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    I have 2 clown fish and a green chromis and etc. I wondered if my clown fish could be bullying my green chromis which always hides in the top corner or beiside the filter am i doing something wrong or is is my clown fish ( I am only a teenager so I can't check the parameters , temp, sanity because my dad is not home and I am out of town y the moment
     
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    ErinCahir Sausage Wrangler

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    Can you expand on the "etc" in your tank?

    Also if the picture you have as your avatar is your tank, you should get some more rock. There's not very many places to hide.

    Also... I know we asked several times, but we really do need numbers before we can fully help.
     
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    Sakura2282 Reef lover!!!

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    Also Chromis are schooling fish, you should probably have about 5 for them to be happy.
     
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    Yep get him a few more buddies, and as mentioned put a little more rock in for them to hide out. Your clowns are hogging what you already have in there probably.
     
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