The answer to the question in the title is no, guppies do not eat their babies. This article will explore why this myth exists and what you can actually expect when caring for guppies! Do Guppies Eat Their Babies? The answer to the question in the title is no, guppies do not eat their babies. This article will explore why this myth exists and what you can actually expect when caring for guppies! Guppy Myth #01: Guppy Babies are eaten by their parents so they should be kept separately from each other (again with the assumption that all male fish will fight). These little guys may look like easy prey but they have a number of defenses against predators including hiding places and camouflaged markings. Not only will keeping them together reduce stress on your pets it also reduces waste because there’s more filtration going on overall which makes water quality better for everyone in your aquarium environment. Guppy Myth #02: Guppies Eat Their Babies Guppy Myth #03: Keeping male and female fish together always ends up with a bunch of fry swimming around your aquarium which only serve as food for other inhabitants like cichlids or bettas. The truth about these preconceived notions? They’re completely false because they are based on wild populations where both sexes have markings that help them blend into their surroundings until adulthood (when hopefully there’s enough hiding places in an artificial environment). These days breed selectively develop all kinds of color combinations which makes them more visible so this myth doesn’t hold up. Guppy Myth #04: Guppies are the best fish for beginners because they’re easy to take care of and hardy enough to survive a variety of water conditions. The biggest mistake newbie aquarists make is not acclimating their guppy properly before introducing it into its new home (which can also happen with all kinds of other species too). This means letting the bag your pet comes in float in the aquarium at room temperature while leaving his/her top open until you see active swimming inside – usually about 20-30 minutes but no longer than an hour! You might be tempted to think that since he’s moving around already then everything must

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