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you can see the eggs laying on the top of the plant leaves.
Submitted by: mark b.
Categories: Freshwater: Fish, Freshwater: Planted
BARBARA HAVERHILL, MA
6/21/2012 6:21:35 PM
THIS IS MY FRIST TIME COMING HERE. IT WAS WONDERFL TO WATCH THE FISH PROTECT THEIR EGGS. GOT ME THINKING OF DOING THE SAME. THANKS.
Marvin Newman Upper Marlboro, MD
6/14/2012 3:16:21 PM
Simply beautiful! Thanks for sharing and... HAPPY FISH KEEPING !
Mark Birmingham, AL
5/31/2012 10:57:56 PM
Moved the Angelfish to a 65G all by themselves. And they have laid more eggs and are tending to them. I guess I need to invest in some brine shrimp eggs. And build a hatchery for them soon. Waiting to see. They have been tending to them for two days now. From what I have already seen. It should be a nice experience to watch them tend to their fry.
Bill Beckley,, WV
5/24/2012 10:15:39 AM
This is great footage, but if there weren't any other fish in this tank, the parents wouldn't be eating their eggs. I made this mistake once myself.
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