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Old 08-22-2016, 07:55 PM   #1
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Identify Baby fish?

Can anyome help me identify this baby lol i came home from work and looked in my tank to relax me and i see this little bugger......i was soo happy to see it....its my first baby fish......i have 2 diff types of tetras and guppys

Hope it survives i have no where to put it.

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Old 08-22-2016, 08:15 PM   #2
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probably a baby guppy, the tetras would be very small.if you look close there may be a few more
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Old 08-22-2016, 08:16 PM   #3
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I agree with sheilak and if there are not more now there will be....lol
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I thought guppies but i cant see any more and i thought they had loads

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Livebearers can have as few as 1 or as many as 20 or more . And in a tank with other fish most end up as dinner the first few days after birth . Just nature .
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Thanks for the help....really hope it stays alive its hiding in some plants i have in there

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If it has made it this far chances are very good that it will make it to adulthood . You need to crush up some flake food as small as you can and watch and make sure it gets some . You can feed it a few times a day . Just a little each time until it gets bigger . Just make sure you stay on top of your weekly water changes until you can stop the multiple feedings .
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Well woke up this morning went to check on the lil fella and i couldnt see him so i thought hed been eaten then moments later he pops out of the castle and into the small grassy plant i have....he survived his 1st night......looking closer at my other females and i think i could be in for some more soon

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Just an update there are now 2 of the babies either another guppie has had one or she was hiding from me found her near the water heater

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Easiest thing to do is sit in front of the tank and be still and watch . You may see more . At this stage they are very skittish .
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