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So, now that they are growing a bit, I think I have 2 or 3 with a spiked dorsal. I have read that these would normally be culled. There is no chance I could cull any of these babies, and I won't be able to sneak 3 125's past the Mrs.. Anyone have room for a 47 year old with 16 goldfish and 3 really big fish tanks? :help:

Next time I see eggs or babies, I will have someone else take care of the fish for a week until nature takes its' course :feedme

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So, now that they are growing a bit, I think I have 2 or 3 with a spiked dorsal. I have read that these would normally be culled. There is no chance I could cull any of these babies, and I won't be able to sneak 3 125's past the Mrs.. Anyone have room for a 47 year old with 16 goldfish and 3 really big fish tanks? :help:

Next time I see eggs or babies, I will have someone else take care of the fish for a week until nature takes its' course :feedme

Good luck Rob! I totally understand you. I had similar problem, and still trying to convince my girlfriend to take big tank :) So far chances are 50/50 ;)
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So, now that they are growing a bit, I think I have 2 or 3 with a spiked dorsal. I have read that these would normally be culled. There is no chance I could cull any of these babies, and I won't be able to sneak 3 125's past the Mrs.. Anyone have room for a 47 year old with 16 goldfish and 3 really big fish tanks? :help:

Next time I see eggs or babies, I will have someone else take care of the fish for a week until nature takes its' course :feedme

Spiked dorsal?

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So, now that they are growing a bit, I think I have 2 or 3 with a spiked dorsal. I have read that these would normally be culled. There is no chance I could cull any of these babies, and I won't be able to sneak 3 125's past the Mrs.. Anyone have room for a 47 year old with 16 goldfish and 3 really big fish tanks? :help:

Next time I see eggs or babies, I will have someone else take care of the fish for a week until nature takes its' course :feedme

Spiked dorsal?

Yeah, they have the front spike for the dorsal, but nothing after it. It kind of looks like a shark fin.

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So, now that they are growing a bit, I think I have 2 or 3 with a spiked dorsal. I have read that these would normally be culled. There is no chance I could cull any of these babies, and I won't be able to sneak 3 125's past the Mrs.. Anyone have room for a 47 year old with 16 goldfish and 3 really big fish tanks? :help:

Next time I see eggs or babies, I will have someone else take care of the fish for a week until nature takes its' course :feedme

Spiked dorsal?

here is a pic.

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aahh!!!! :clapping:

They very well may be bigger than my six week old babies :rofl3

Soooo cute!! Thank you for posting!

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Super cute! I'm definitely enjoying watching them grow up, I can only imagine what it must be like for you!

Thanks Bronwyn. It's been fun. A little stressful because I'm a worrywart, but fun.

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