Molly fry with slightly crooked spine
One of my Molly fry, about 10 weeks old now, has been growing just fine... but its spine is slightly crooked. It is getting bigger and keeps up with the rest of the healthy Guppy fry that I have. It eats normally like all the others. It swims around just fine too.
There were about 7 Molly fry and only 3 of them have survived, this little guy being one of them. Overall it seemed like a weak batch. Some were multi-colored and looked very weak. I'm guessing bad, inbred genetics.
My question is: Will it continue to grow into a healthy adult? Or, due to the bad genetics, should I just feed him to a bigger fish?