CalmedByFish Posted December 20, 2021 Share Posted December 20, 2021 I have "dwarf red coral platies" and do very much like them. However, I keep wondering if having been bred to be short has decreased their quality of life at all. Best I can tell, being short caused their organs to have to bunch up and extend downward. While my fish are active, eat well, and appear healthy, I don't have confidence that continuing to let them breed is ethical. Anybody know whether fish experience any negative effects from having been unnaturally bred like this? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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