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Old 10-25-2012, 08:22 PM   #661
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I have 3 guppies in a 10 gallon. 2 fm 1 m and with 2 neon tetras and a lot of ghost shrimp. All of my fry get eaten.
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Old 10-25-2012, 09:54 PM   #662
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Yeah my molly and platy fry never made it very far. What didnt get eaten was fed to my betta and goldfish lol...Dont judge me!! Although I kill EVERY betta I have ever owned...I have no idea why...Maybe they have heart attacks going from small cups to 10 20 and 40 gallons haha
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:03 PM   #663
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Piranhas ate each other???
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Well... They will turn cannibal if they don't have enough to eat. How they managed to eat each other is beyond me. One would have to eat the other... How did the eaten one eat the one that ate it? Maybe the eaten on damaged the eater and it died from injuries?
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Well... They will turn cannibal if they don't have enough to eat. How they managed to eat each other is beyond me. One would have to eat the other... How did the eaten one eat the one that ate it? Maybe the eaten on damaged the eater and it died from injuries?
Or the owners ate the lone fish, lol.But your guess is more probable.
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No I started put with 6 piranhas once and they ended up killing each other off down to 3. And they were well fed.
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I never knew you could keep piranhas in a tank as pets.
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I never knew you could keep piranhas in a tank as pets.
Lol go on YouTube and search feeding my red bellied piranhas tons of cool videos if you like that kind of stuff.
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I never knew you could keep piranhas in a tank as pets.
It depends on where you live. Some states have banned them for fear of people releasing them into the wild where they could become a pretty dangerous invasive species. mostly states with lots of rivers and lakes.
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It depends on where you live. Some states have banned them for fear of people releasing them into the wild where they could become a pretty dangerous invasive species. mostly states with lots of rivers and lakes.
No it's mostly states that have adequate weather for them to survive in if released into the wild. Like I used to live in Minnesota and there are tons of lakes there but the reason they are allowed is because if released into the wild they wouldn't survive the winter. But they are illegal where I live now in Florida because if released they could survive because it's warm here all year.
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