Guppies are livebearers. So they don't lay eggs. Male guppies WILL eat their own baby guppies. They will eat any baby guppy they see. It doesn't matter if it's their own or some other guppies'. Male and female guppies eat baby guppies.
Guppies natural enemies are bigger fish. When guppies are eggs diffrent fish and sea creature will eat them.
If the fish can find the eggs and/or babies they will eat them.
Guppies do not lay eggs as they are live bearers.
Baby snails are almost transparent as are snail eggs. They can be brought in on plants or even in the water that you have brought fish home in.
Guppies do not lay eggs they are live bearers
A snail or a plecostomus.
snail eggs hatch in a nest
pink is the color of the snail eggs
Some species of snail certainly will if they get the chance.
Platypus's eat guppies!! They eat about 290000 guppies a year. As well, pigs eat guppies occasionally if they are near them.
- Most snail eggs are clear, but not all of them are.
Yes, guppies will eat their babies. Guppies see pretty much everything as food.
Guppies do not lay eggs they give birth to live young.
In the aquarium, loaches are great for snail control. Puffers do a good job as well, but I favor loaches.
most fish will even guppies will eat other guppies it is a risk all ways
Adult guppies eat their own babies, and fish like tuna eat guppies.
Look at the link below these are Golden Apple Snail eggs.
I've only ever heard them called "Snail Eggs".
Remove the snail eggs from the tank. Duhhh.(:
Guppies are fertilised internally they are livebearers.
Yes, guppies do eat seaweed for as far as I know.. :)
Guppies aren't large enough to eat frogs.
Sharks don't eat guppies. Sharks live in the Ocean, Guppies live in fresh water.
The guppies own mother may eat her young or other fish if you have them all together. Guppies are omnivores