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Old 07-09-2014, 07:46 AM   #1
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Molly fry premature

Bought a heavily pregnant molly yesterday because I taught I could save the fry from been eating by the rest of the mollys. But she must have got stressed and had babys last night. Some were still in there eggs. I have a few in breeding net. Any tips on keeping them healthy and what foods to feed them.

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You can crush up some flakes and add a tiny amount of water to make a paste like mixture and feed that for the first few weeks
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