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Old 01-01-2013, 09:29 PM   #1
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Default So do you think baby Killifish would eat baby shrimps?

I discovered a few weeks ago that I had a couple of baby Killifish living in my planted Taiwan bee tank. They are growing good and occassionally I will see them at the surface swimming around the riccia and floating plants.

Well tonight I saw them again, and then some more of them....YUP seems I have another 2 babies now making 4 in this tank.

I am wondering how many more there are in there that have been hiding Could they be snacking on any baby shrimps? I have never seen any sign of my baby Crystal Whites, and I know the Mamma and Pappa are still there (I saw both tonight) but never spotted a baby anywhere.

However considering how hard it is to spot the adults because of their almost transparent bodies, there may be baby ones living/hiding in this tank...but if not could they have been eaten by these baby Killies?
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