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Why are my cory catfish active at night?

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Julii Corydora Like the Panda species, Julii Corydoras are most active during the evenings because that is when they search for food. Thus, owners should prioritize feeding this species at night. Also, Julii Corydoras need their aquariums to have a pH level of 6.5 - 7.5 to survive.

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