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Thread: Help!!

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    I am a beginner at raising fry. I need to know how big the fry need to be before they can be reunited with their parents. I have livebearer mickey mouse tails.

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    Next time you might want to try posting something like this in the Livebearer Section. Anyways, wait until they are bigger than any of your other fish's mouths. Also be sure they are big enough to fend for their own food. My Molly fry took about a month before I released them with all my other fish.
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    Thanks. That was a lot of help. I think they are big enough now, but I'll wait for a little bit. Thanks for the advice.

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