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    My friend's Piranha keep having babies and he gave me 5 or 6 on two occasions each time they died within a week. they are in infant stage and are no bigger than a cm. Why do they keep dying, what am i doin wrong . The water is clean the temp. is at 75 to 80 degrees:and they also won"t eat although i don"t try n feed them till 5 days after being in th e tank. Someone help please cause he has more babies!!!

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    Characin fry are very delicate at that stage. They require food that is small enough for them to eat. What are you feeding them?
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    Never had them myself but I would say you need to feed them soon as they are in the tank. Starving them for 5 days probably isn't a good idea at such a young age.
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    i got the baby brim (Qrill)

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    This is probably too large for them to eat. Try something like baby brine shrimp or hikari first bites
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    thats actually what i have baby brine i think the prob might b lack of oxygen i"m goin to put a bubbler in the tank

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