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Old 11-21-2017, 04:32 AM   #1
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Are my fishes pregnant?

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I am kinda lost n need advice. Are my fishes pregnant?
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As female live bearers they are both probably pregnant. Both look to have a week at least left before they birth.
Swordtails have the ability to store milt and can have up to 7 births without ever seeing a male !
Guppies are known as the million fish ,so I will leave that for you to guess why....
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As female live bearers they are both probably pregnant. Both look to have a week at least left before they birth.
Swordtails have the ability to store milt and can have up to 7 births without ever seeing a male !
Guppies are known as the million fish ,so I will leave that for you to guess why....


Thanks a lot for the info. Lost my female guppy, have no idea why!!! Hopefully my swordtail will mk it full term
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Sometimes female guppies will die during birth. Check tank for the babies.
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