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The natural reaction of a fish when anything seemingly threatening approaches is to move away and hide. This is the survival instinct from the wild. It is the same reaction as hiding when night time approaches. Failure to get out of harm's way and hide could mean death.

In the aquarium the fish have their wild instincts. These do become modified to an extent, for example when the aquarist approaches the aquarium the fish could come to the front in anticipation of food. Overall though there isn't much change, generally introduce a new fish and the resident fish usually back off until they are confident of safety in the new fish's presence. Likewise, if the aquarist puts a net in the aquarium the fish will move away rapidly as it is an unknown presence.

If all is well there may never be a need to catch a fish. If the aquarist goes through the correct careful sequence with purchasing and introduction there could never be any sickness, and similarly if fish are only bought when it is known they are compatible with the other fish andor reef there should not be any excessive aggression or undesirable actions such as eating corals.

There may be a time though when a fish is bullied or just off colour or clearly sick. Something needs to be done to assist the fish and also in the case of sickness to protect the other fish.

This is a problem in itself as catching a fish is very stressful to the fish (and also to the aquarist!). This stress will not help the fish's condition at all and so catching needs to be as efficient as possible.

The first action is observation. Does the fish usually hang about in one particular area, hopefully high in the seawater column? Second, does the fish need to be caught immediately or could a day or two pass? These questions decide the first attempted method. The aquarium decor is not upset with this method, which relies on the fish gaining confidence in the presence of a net. Put a suitably sized net in the aquarium (ensure it is seawater safe) and make sure it remains in the chosen position. The handle must be easily reached without alarming the fish. The net position should be well beneath the surface in an area where the fish is likely to swim. After a time, sometimes hours, sometimes days, the fish will lose much of its fear of the net and swim above it. This is what is needed, the fish to swim over the net. The best time could be during feeding if the fish takes food. The aquarist is in position and when the fish is above the net, the net is moved up at speed giving the fish no time to escape. It needs first time success really or the fish could once again fear the net.

If the method above is not of use then procedure could depend on the type of system. If the system is fish only with few rocks and filtered by

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