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Hey! So a month ago my kribs had fry in my community tank, due to aggression I moved the parents into their own tank, and the fry into a hang on breeder box. Just noticed today I left a little guy behind so he’s managed to survive this whole time alone. I’m wondering if he’s survived because he good at hiding or if there’s just no threat in the tank. If popular opinion is that it’s safe to do so I would love to put the young back into the community tank to grow out.
Here’s the stock in my 60 gallon: 6 platys , 2 ballon Mollys, 2 African butterfly fish, 4 corys, 2 bristlenose, 1 golden nugget pleco (smaller than the bristlenose at this point), 1 otocinclus and 3 nerite snails. Thanks!






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On 11/12/2021 at 2:13 PM, Guppysnail said:

Congratulations on the fry. He was probably good at hiding Anything a fish can fit in their mouth they will attempt to eat. As soon as your little ones are to large to be snacks you will most likely be ok. 

Thanks! Hopefully they won’t outgrow the box before they outgrow the platys mouths! 

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