02-06-2011, 10:01 PM
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Over the last several days one of my Platys has been giving birth to a baby a day. At least we find a new baby almost every day. there are now 6 or 7 and they seem to be thriving quite well. I know the experts tell us the babys must be seperated but they are all still alive and none of the other fish seem at all interested. Besides the three Platys, I have 3 neon tetras, 3 zebras, 3 mollys, a Chinese alge eater and one cat fish. They are all thriving well in a 40 gallon tank. My question is, should I be feeding the little guys anything but the finely crumbled flake food I've been feeding them? Thanks for any help.