What should I do with the young ones my fish has just had?


After your fish has babies you need to remove them and put them in a breeding net. This will keep them safe from other fish, including their mother, that might eat them.
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To keep the babies from being ingested by the parents or other fish in your tank, they will need to be seperated. Carefully scoop them out of the tank population, and house them in a seperate tank or specialty nursery tank until they mature well enough to take care of themselves and avoid becoming a meal.
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