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Pregnant Zebra Danios?
Old 04-29-2011, 07:51 PM   #1
Pregnant Zebra Danios?

I had two zebra danios (one long fin and one short fin) for a long time in my 20 gallon (well 10 gallon because we divided it in half) aquarium.
Since a few days (maybe week I don't remember) the short fin zebra have a big stomach.
Here is some pics (sorry if they are bad quality but its very hard to take picture of these little fish!)

Do you think it is pregnant?? If yes what do I need to do? (I never had pregnant fish before)
And if not what it is??

Thank you for your help!!!
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Old 04-30-2011, 05:00 AM   #2
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Sorry but zebra danios lay eggs so they dont really get pregnant. If you want zebra danios to breed though, it is not very hard which is good news if your a bit annoyed that yours isnt. good looking fish by the way!
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