I love baby mollies. Can't have anymore, my rainbows take up all the space. I had 16 at one point. The most they survived for was a year due to sooty's faulty genes. Hopefully you'll have some luck with yours
I was getting ridiculous, looking back on it. My family have kept fish since I was young. Then I come on here and have the cheek to tell them they are going to kill all the fish. Been doing it since 2007 and fish have been fine for their lifespan.
I was wondering after lots of great advice, who makes up the rules of what fish goes in what gallon and what goes with what?
I'm not blaming anyone, but I left this site last year some time because I was getting so paranoid about my fish. The group of 6+ for schooling fish, when my LFS and...
If they are healthy it's okay in my opinion.
It's like with all my tanks. They are probably overstocked and haven;t quite got the right numbers of fish, but they are all healthy and happy. If they were unhappy they'd die of stress.
1. Victoria was born white and developed spot so they can change like that.
2. Wiggle was born with a deformed tail and made it to 4 months. It might survive.
3.Darkness was always half the size of Demi, Wiggle and Victoria but outlived Demi and Wiggle.
Okay so there are three options to this in my opinion.
1. It could be like my dwarf rainbow. He just died a month into me owning him. No other reason, nothing wrong.
2. It could be like my mollies. All the babies die one after another. That is suspicious and you look into it, realise they are...