Rasbora Lost an Eye...
In my ten gallon tank, along with my male betta, I have four neon tetras and four rasboras. This morning, I noticed that one of my rasboras is missing an eye! I'm fairly sure that all of them had all of their eyes last night too. He swims around, but it's not as active as the others and his color is duller. I'm trying to figure out how that possibly happened...my betta has ignored them the whole time he's been in the tank and has shown no aggression towards them at all. Of course, there's always the possibility that he went after them, but I find that very unlikely. Then there are the other fish. The other fish ignore my betta completely, though when it comes to each other, they might give a slight nip to one another here and there. However, it's never been anything that I've been worried about. As it probably happened during the night, I'm wondering if they ran into each other or something like that and there was a scuffle. There's also a small African dwarf frog, but I can't really imagine him being able to do any damage.
Anyways, he seems okay, but I'm just wondering if I can do anything for him. I do have a 1.5 gallon tank with an old guppy in it. Should I move him into that for now or should I just leave him and see how he does? Is there any medication that I can give him?
Any advice would be appreciated!
~Dante (CT male)~
~Armonde (Delta male)~
~Raphael (HM male)~