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Who would eat Guppy babies without hurting any of the adult fish?

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Who would eat Guppy babies without hurting any of the adult fish?
Old 01-31-2011, 06:37 PM   #11
 
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Inga, remind me what's in the tank again? Is this your guppy tank? (not your 60gl, right?)

Sorry Kymmie, I got busy with my dog these past few weeks. He had a MAJOR surgery and it is one on one time with the poor boy. Finally I am back to trying to solve the Guppy population explosion problem. The answer is Yes, It is my 25 gallon Guppy tank.
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