I get annoyed too, lots of species jump all over the place just to relocate themselves. Not strange to see fish splashing around in the wild, but when it happens in your tank then it's surely too much CO2 or ammonia, or whatever. Don't think many fish are even equipped to realize they're not going to land back in the lake, I mean they are looking right out at what they have to think is more water, probably see fish reflections in it too, so "hey guys let's hop over to that puddle and chase those ladies" PLOINK.........> carpet jerky :gwnipat;70296 said:I feel a bit angry everytime when reading someone says MAIN reason fishes jump
is from water quality, fish health, etc. Because I think there are much more reasons
All my Black Neon Tetra jumping incidents are coincident with mating frenzy.
Were they in bad health, they wouldn't mate, and... probably didn't jump.