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I don't know what's wrong with the male guppies, but I found more of them, all dried up, on the floor. The female ones are staying in the tank fine and are having babies. All the dried guppies I found were male. Zero female died this way from this tank, unless they did and Jules ate their remains and only ate the female ones. Someone explain to me the logic behind this phenomenon? The tank is running out of male guppies here.

The two catfish... One of them is dead, having been sick for days. The other is alive and healthy. I have seen him (I think it's a him? maybe it's a her, I'm not good with catfish's gender) the first time for many months since we moved here and gave them a piece of wood to hide behind and aquatic plants to hide the guppies. Probably because it's a nocturnal species. Which makes me wonder what I was thinking when I bought them, as what is the point of buying ornamental fish that show up only when it's dark enough for us to be blind and when it's tank cleaning time?
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