FINDING A HOME FOR MY FRY

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I final was able to get rid of some of my fry , about 1 cm log to one of my nabours that has a small 5 gallon tank. their kids saw my tank and we gave them 4 fry. they were very happy they made me a card.
 

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i still hold on to all the fries (around 50 fries..) in a 15 gallon tank. It has no filter, no heater.. nothing..

just 15 gallons of water

Once in a while, i lose some fries. But that even is so rare.

They all do well, so far..

the biggest of all the fries is about 1 inch in length (4 months old - Born June 08, 2006). It is a male dalmation molly. He has already started pestering the smaller females.
 
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mine are in 5 gallon , no heater they do well.
 

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Interesting, so do you not need a heater??
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water temperature in my 5 gallon tank, is about 77 to 81. Depending on time of day, early in morning when i turn light on it is about 77 at night when i turn it off about 80 to 81.
 
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