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Re: Cured belly slider
That story makes me wonder how often people have tried
to let "belly sliders" live? I have had it in the back
of my mind for a long time that it might be possible
that some fish take longer to develope just as some
babies take longer to develope. In nature these guys
are probably fish food, but then again it could be an
added survival strategy. For example, if a population
exists in a place where predators are more common in
midwater, then "belly silders" are at the advantage
and may escape notice of the predators. If the
predators are more likely bottom feeders then the
"belly sliders" make for a foil to give the "regular"
fry a better chance. Just a thought.
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