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Old 01-05-2013, 12:04 AM   #1
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Can fry survive without parents?

I just got some fry cichlids. About a month old. Can they make it? I have some live plants and java moss on a rock, and a little bit of brown algae growth on a part of the tank walls and some "first bites" fish food. Tomorrow I will pock ip some frozen baby shrimp for them.
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Uh... Yes fish fry can survive without parents. Depending on the breed, getting them to survive and grow healthily can be next to impossible or as easy as pie
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Festae and kribensis fry.
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