Aggressive neon tetras
I always have the weirdest pets, and keeping in that tradition, I now have aggressive neon tetras. Out of my little school of five (I was planning to add more when the tank finished cycling), three of them are aggressive to each other and the other two. I know two of them are male, but the third is iffy. None of them will school together for fear of each other, except the two females. Has anyone ever heard of aggressive neons before? This has been going on for a while (a month?), and I was really hoping they'd settle down, but now my small female has no tail fin because someone ate it off. (She still gets around and eats fine, so even if it doesn't grow back, she should have a good life.) I'm planning to give away the aggressive ones as feeder fish later today, unless someone posts a reason why I shouldn't before then. I've currently separated the three into my 2 gallon tank with my female betta, which is my only means of housing them. Obviously, they can't stay like that, which is why I'm taking care of it as soon as possible. So if you have anything to say in their defense, say it now. I would hate to be making a mistake, but this is no longer something I can wait on. The small female has no means of escaping aggressors with her tail the way it is.