I'm just curious. Has anyone ever had a divided tank for females, then took the divider out to see what happens?
Sorry if that sounds weird. Let me try to explain....
I have a 5.5 gallon tank that is divided, one girl on each side. If I took the divider out, what would happen? (Please note, I would NEVER do this) I am more asking to see if anyone else has thought about this before. My girls have been able to see each other through the divider for weeks now. If I was to put them in a sorority together, with other girls, do you think that my two girls would get along better? Just because they've been able to see each other through the divider, yet unable to reach other. They've become used to each other.
Just curious on this.
Because if this had positive results, of having females divided before introducing them into a sorority, it could make sororitys much easier to introduce. Do you know what I mean? (Sorry if I sound a little nuts, the pain in my hip is starting to go to my head!) If I wanted to make a sorority and this held true (above) I could get four girls divide them for a few weeks (but still allowing them to see each other) and THEN introduce them into the big tank.
I do understand that the females create a chain-of-commands, so I'm thinking that could be contradicting my idea? I dunno. Just curious of others opinions on this.