Sorry, just had to post this. I always thought that sorority girls would have their own spaces and wouldn't really interact other than to defend those spaces. I was wrong!
These girls are all new, went into their big tank the other day. They're still in relative quarantine...they all came from the same store, so I figured they all pretty much probably had the same diseases anyway...and it'd just be easier to treat them all at once if I needed to for anything. They're very much separated from all the boys though, and everything that gets near them *stays with them* so no cross-contamination. Anyway, enough about that, THIS is what I thought was so curious:
Sorry for the poor quality, it's hard to take photos through glass and water. The group has been together for two days. And these are some pretty big girls...I was actually worried that they'd really hurt each other...and there was some slapping and chasing going on those first few hours...and then today. ;)
They're not swimming by, they're *lying there* together. "sunning" under the lamp.
Is this normal? From all the things I'd read about sororities, it seemed like a pretty rough place for quite some time after introduction, if not forever?