Friday, August 12, 2011

Another Aquarium!

I mentioned before that our Cremecicle Molly fish had 13 babies. Those are doing well and growing little by little.

Two days ago we were back at the pet store and I picked up some Black Molly fish, same family of fish but black. I've had my eye on them for a while. Long story short, we told the lady not to give us a male and female...instead we got a pregnant one! We just discovered that today.

So, now we have another small aquarium with 16-18 baby fish! We can't tell if two of the female fish in the tank had babies or if one fish had all 16-18.

Here are the "newborn" baby fish...small brown flecks (:


Here are the ones that are about 6 weeks old.


If you look at the size of the fish in relation to the gravel you'll see that they have grown quite a bit. Cute little guys!

I told Matt that "it looks like we're fishy-prenuers!" (He's constantly talking about the "life of the entrepreneur"...etc)



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