Are Platinum Angel Fish aggressive?
Angelfish can be described as mildly aggressive but are generally peaceful. With enough space to claim their own territory, angelfish are peaceful, but when housed with too many fish of their kind or of a similar size, platinum angelfish fight and peck to defend their space or claim a breeding partner.
Although angelfish form schools, platinum angel fish are not sociable and rarely interact with one another. It must be pointed out however that angelfish are less aggressive than other American cichlids and are very unlikely to bully or fatally attack other fish species in the aquarium.
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