Yea... I know. But I don't want to kill them or give them away cuz I'm sure people will use them as feeder fish. Though, I'm kinda guilty of it too... I fed some of the very small fry to my bettas. I wasn't really expecting the babies to survive for long. When I first had guppies in my 10g back at home all the babies would die before getting any bigger than a thumbnail. I even fed the babies specifically hoping they would grow into adults, but to my dismay they always died.
But for some crazy crazy reason many of them are surviving this smaller and much crowded tank and becoming adults! O_O I do not even feed the babies specifically, so I'm guessing they are surviving off of microscopic things and soggy food that the adults didn't get.
Or maybe it's because these tanks are planted while the ones I used to keep back at home were just plastic plants mostly and the filter intake wasn't covered so I might have produced some fry goop.
Not sure, it's a mystery for me at least.