15 years ago
Lisa C

Just wondering... Why:?

Why don't fish in fish stores and at home reproduce? I mean, it isn't possible that they separate the genders. Can someone explain?
Top 6 Answers
15 years ago
Christa
It is most likely the environment of the tank. Some fish are very hard to breed. It all depends on the type of fish too. Like if you have a guppy you will have babies in no time! Some fish need certain conditions to be met before they will breed.
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15 years ago
Anonymous
I have heard of people who bought one fish and ended up with more than one, but I've never whitnessed it myself. My best guess, if they do not, in fact, reproduce, would be that the conditions inside an aquarium are not favorable enough to support the development of the roe (fish eggs).
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15 years ago
miss bean
It all depends on the fish and the environment of the aquarium. If the aquarium is not set up properly the fish will not mate.
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15 years ago
Anonymous
they do reprodce, my frends have had fish that did
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15 years ago
Donna P
they do at home my neighbors chicklets did that
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