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Clownfish offspring are called Fry.
I believe all fish babies are called fry.(sort of Ironic isn't it!-no pun intended)
The name of a popular fish fry recipe include Easy Fried Fish, Fried Fish and Southern Fish Fry. All recipes include fish fry and all are fairly easy to make.
Fry bread and fish
Clowns have been known to eat smaller fish, usually fry. Some clowns are more aggressive and therefore more likely to than others so as the Maroon.
Which word do you not understand? A "Livebearer" is a species of fish that has live babies rather than lays eggs. "Food" is a name given to what all fish including livebearers eat. "Fry" is the English word for most baby/infant fish. So "Livebearer fry fish food" would be food that is made specifically for baby Livebearers. Edit: I think you want to know what to feed livebearer fry, yes? If so, you can feed them crushed up flakes (REALLY small) or buy a product called Liquifry for Livebearers.
In the case of species that normally rear their young, the usual reasons for the parent(s) eating the youngsters, are either there is something wrong with the fry and the parents know this, or they are not prepared to bring up fry in conditions that are not suited to the survival of the fry.
There is no diminutive form for the noun fish itself. The noun for the small young of a fish is called fry (not cooking in oil, a baby fish). example: Once the yolk sac is completely absorbed, the fry must hunt for their food.
to make its nice
Jack Dempsey fry can be fed regular fish food almost immediately after discovery.
If you wish it (them) to survive you will remove them from (danger) fish that may eat them and you will feed them special food for fry.
You want to separate the young fry from the adults and other larger fish or they become food for the larger fish. You can feed you new fry by crushing flake food until it is in powder form, sprinkle some on top of the water and then agitate the water a little so the food drifts down and the babies will eat. Feed the fry often (every 3 to 4 hours) but only a little at a time.
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Yes, you can, as long as the food is similar. For example, if you try frying fish, then something else, that second food item will taste like the fish.
You sure can. My grandpa used pancake mix. Make you up some pancake mix and dip your fish in and fry them. Gives them a rare taste.
They get very fat and a black spot will appear under their tail. The spot will get bigger and bigger until the fish has her fry. (babies) Sometimes the fish will not eat and that can lead to stress. (i don't know a solution sorry) After the fish has her fry, she can get stressed and try to eat her fry. You should make many hiding places for the fry, like castles or fake coral that only fry can fit into. Another idea is to buy a plant called maidens hair. The fry will either hatch from the eggs and hide, or be born live and they will drop into the thick plant. They blend in very well. If you think your fish is pregnant, go out and buy a fry tank that can go into the same tank as the mother, but the mother wont be able to eat the fry. Gently scoop out the fry with a net and plop them into their new tank. (most of them are a bared cage with a net) If your tank is too small for a fry tank, you must rely on the hiding places. Do NOT separate the mother from her fry. (mother in one tank, fry in another) It doesn't matter if they can see each other. They will get stressed out and die. When you feed your fry, make sure you crush the food very well with your fingers so that it is as powdery as it can get. If it is live food your feeding to your fish, go out and buy some fish flakes to crunch up cuz sometimes the fry choke or bloat to death because their meal is to big or you feed them too much. Be careful and keep your tank clean, maybe add some more plants too for more O2 levels for more fish. Hope this helped!
From birth. All you need to do is grind up normal livebearer food to a size small enough for the fry to eat. As the fry get bigger so the food they eat can increase in size too.
you cant you really have to seporate the fry from the other fish
depends what species a molly fish fry
it depends on what fish your talking about. if you check on line on a breeding website on your fish then it will say how much fry the fish will have. the based on how many other fry that were in a pregnancy at other times. people usually know what their talking about, but you might try a couple of other websites so to make sure the your answers match up.
A group of baby fish would be called a "Shoal of Fry". A baby fish is a Fry
Fry are baby fish that have either just hatched or that have been livebared such as from a guppy. These fry are very small and a called fry because they are not adults
A traditional Wisconsin fish fry (1serving) is about 1100 calories
When they are big enough to eat it. Use your eyes and brain.