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Can pictus catfish live with Cory catfish?

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Can pictus catfish live with cory catfish? Unless you have an extremely large tank, a pictus catfish and cory catfish combination probably won't work. Cory catfish are also active schooling fish that take up a lot of space at the middle and bottom of the aquarium.

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