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What do I do with all these baby fish?

Asked: Pierre Robidoux, Last Updated:

After Your Fish Gives Birth For many species, it's important to keep fertilized eggs and newly hatched fish, or fry, separate from the adults. Some fish eat their own young while others eat the young of other species. Keeping the fish eggs and fry separate from the adult fish may give them a better chance of survival.

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