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|7th June 2012||#1 (permalink)|
Hello my new hatchlings are three days old and I can now see some with no gills at which they once had, so I have decided to place them in trays like the one in the picture, 4 in 1 and 3 in the others, also would this be a cause of cannibalism at the right stage
When does it often occur?
|8th June 2012||#2 (permalink)|
They rarely begin to be cannibalistic at only 3 days old. Usually only when they get legs. I don't know why they would have lost their gills.
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