On sunday i got 2 yellow labs, and one red zebra. They have ate a couple of times since then, and they all act fine, but I noticed that the red zebra is swimming a little bit funny. He looks like he's tilting on his side. It kind of looks on purpose, like he was trying to reach something in the gravel, but now i can see that while swimming mid level he is doing it too. The other fish are not acting this way. What can be the cause? ill see if i can get a video
Are there any fish near him when he does this? I've noticed fish kinda tilt sidewas as kind of a submissive pose when a fish is near that they feel threatened by. If he's doing it constantly though something is probably wrong.
when i hold the fish food in front of the tank, they know its feeding time. i do this and the zebra immediately swims to the top for some fod. As I am typing this, he is eating algae off the substrate, but before he did a full gator roll.
Mine do tilt alot but it's always for a reason. My yellow lab will go totally upside down and curve around the inside of the conk shell to hide. But it's for a reason. Your situation seems a bit odd to me.