I am living a "baby boom" at home this Spring and as this never happened to me before I am LOST!
I posted recently about my Goldfish tank having a weird smell and all that, which I'm fixing.
This morning I noticed my Red Cap Oranda acting weird. She was too calm and looked like she was "too weak" to swim, like letting her body go and then remembering she needs to stay belly down.
Scared because I thought she might be getting sick because of the water (all levels are fine but I didn't know what to do) I took her with my hands and the help of a soft net and... She released LOTS of eggs all over my hand, water, net... everywhere!
My question is: Do they happen to feel and act weird when they
I am taking care of one accidental Goldfish fry already. No clue who laid those eggs.
They seem to keep breeding!
Is this ok? Healthy? Fine?
I swear that in around 30 years having fish, never had such baby boom.
(I did also find out last Friday that there are tiny baby Cory Carfish in one of my tanks, what the heck!:woot