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Old 06-06-2011, 05:14 PM   #1
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Y is it

Y is it that one of my clown loachs is smaller then the other one
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Maybe one is older? IMO, fish are like people. Some big, some small, and some average.
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Maybe one is older? IMO, fish are like people. Some big, some small, and some average.
Exactly!!
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But I bought them at the same time and the dude said them came in yesterday( which was a long time)
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some fish grow faster than others. It happens all the time with my fry, I'll have a few that are way larger than the rest and have to be separated because they hog all the food.
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some fish grow faster than others. It happens all the time with my fry, I'll have a few that are way larger than the rest and have to be separated because they hog all the food.
Happening with me right now.. have 3 fry twice the size of 6 others at the same age.
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Old 06-07-2011, 03:33 AM   #7
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