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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-13-2010, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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SQUEE I gots wittle baby snails

I got some plants and I got two little baby snails and the girls are trying to eat them though >.>'
but they are so cauuutte.
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i think there are more than two >.>
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Whoa O.O there are lots of them, i stopped counting at 10 O.O
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Id get rid of some or all of those! they breed at a fast rate in batches of 20-35 i think mine just had some babys and their a pain!

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I got mad because I saw so many and removed like, 20, and I figured the surivors left in there will either get eaten or are good to live...
I put them in a little gallon critter keeper as a new betta food.
Cute, but they are probably more tasty to the fish than they are cute :D
my bumblebee catfish ate a few O.o I had no idea they WOULD eat snails.
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Well good luck with them. i hope they don't take over.

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I don't think they will now... I got all the ones I could out... and appearently they are like chocolate for fish lol
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I've found that as long as you don't over feed your tank they won't take over. I have a few fish who will RIP them out of their shells and eat them!! LOL

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mkay because the girls have got thier belly full of snails :3
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thats good i hear loaches also eat snails

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Mhm but I moved about ten babies to a critter keeper by themselves, I am pretty sure they are just baby mystery snails bc that is the only kind of baby snails that my friend has with his fish, (where I got the plants)
I am gunna let some get big and feed some to the babies, they seem to LOVE them
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