I haven't posted on here in a while. A few months ago I posted multiple times a day because my poor Betta was so sick. He's doing so much better now - he is completely healthy and his fins have grown back and recovered from the fin rot.
Now on to my next issue... I have a Fluval Edge (with a black top). Toothless' new trick seems to be that he hangs out by the black part of the tank that comes down in the back and constantly flares. I tried sticking an Indian Almond Leaf behind my filter to block the reflection. Toothless keeps moving the leaf by squeezing behind it and flaring.
I have read other similar posts about reflective tanks and the advice is to put a background on the outside of the tank...however, I'm not sure I can get a background between the glass of the tank and the black plastic part of the tank...does anyone else have this issue? Any advice would be much appreciated - I don't want my little guy stressing himself out!
I am attaching two pictures - one to show all of you that helped me when Toothless was sick how healthy my little fishy is now and the second (while it is not a great shot) to show what he is doing in the back of the tank.