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Do fish eggs have to be in water?

Asked: Eli Klabough, Last Updated:

It all depends on the type of fish. If it is the type to lay eggs and not what is known as a live bearer, it may lay its eggs in a gelatinous mass on vegetation, or just release the mass into a large ball into the water.

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