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Old 09-07-2014, 07:20 AM   #1
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Red wag platy had babies help

When a fish has babies and she ends up eating them, do their poop change colour to the colour of what the fiah were?

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This is a pic of mommy and one baby I found swimming around the big tankm on the bottom there is orange poop, chance ahe at all her babies? She hasnt had anymore since yesterday
I didnt even know she was pregnant

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