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  1. Default mystery snail babies?

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    About a month ago I saw some unusual activity amongst my two mystery snails. It looked like they were gettin' it on! I never noticed any eggs in the tank. Today I walked by my tank and noticed several little baby somethings swimming around in the tank. I also noticed the remains of a mystery snail sitting on the bottom of the aquarium and the empty shell was floating at the top of the water.

    I'm confused. Are these little things swimming around mystery snail babies? The fact that they're swimming is what's confusing me. I figured they'd be crawling if they were little mystery snails. They basically just look like baby fish. Perhaps they are just baby fish and the previous activity between my two snails and the now dead snail is all a coincidence?

    I've never dealt with anything giving birth in my tank, so this is new territory.

    I have a 29g tank with 2 mollies (both female to my knowledge), a male blue dwarf gourami, 2 corys, and now 15 or 20 babies swimming around.

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    Can you post a picture? The babies are about the size of an apple seed.
    I tested 97% positive for Multiple Tank Syndrome
    ~~~~~~~~~~~Cory Catfish
    King of the Virtual [Cory] Catfish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cory Catfish
    Can you post a picture? The babies are about the size of an apple seed.
    Here you go. Hopefully it's clear enough. It was tough to get a great shot.
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    They definitely don't look like the picture you posted. Maybe they're mollies.

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