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Old 05-05-2006, 01:41 AM   #1
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Baby electric yellows

My holding yellow had 3 of her fry escape tonight. It's so cute, she swims after them trying to get them back but they run away from her. Reminds me of toddlers running away from their parents. Not to mention she is really ready to spit them but is being stubborn. By morning I expect a tank full of fry. I love babies. They are so adorable!
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omg that's too funny!

So, fry everywhere this morning?
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NO! I can't believe it! She is still trying to get them back in. They are hiding under a rock and I am just shocked. She is one stubborn momma.
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Wow! Like the mother who won't let her child go away to college, lol
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That is wild. She must be very good mother or very stubborn.
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That's incredible! Well, good luck to her on a successful catch lol.. Even tho she's only going to holster them and release anyways lol ... but hey, what can you do!
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Are you going to keep the parents with the babies, or do they need to be separated once she gives them up and spits?
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I never keep babies and parents together with cichlids. Mama can eat the fry just as fast as mollies LOL.
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