Convict Fry 10 Gallon Tank 

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I had ~40+ convict fry and they slowly started dying.
I am left with 10 now in my 10 gallon tank.
Why are they dying?
How do I prevent the other fry from killing each other?
The tank is huge compared to their size.
 

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st3vo28 said:
I had ~40+ convict fry and they slowly started dying.
I am left with 10 now in my 10 gallon tank.
Why are they dying?
How do I prevent the other fry from killing each other?
The tank is huge compared to their size.
Do they have any hiding spots?
 
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nooooo
 

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Put some hiding spots maybe some plants and you be fine

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I'm just curious to know how large are the convict fry and what are you currently feeding them? I agree with Cheese burger add some hiding places.
 

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I had convict fry once. I separated them from the parents and kept them in a 20 gallon tank. plenty of hiding spots and plants from them to swim through. I fed them finely crushed flakes and they did fine. hope that helps
 

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