Females can lay up to 300 eggs at a time. When the babies hatch they are called fry. A fry has sharp spines to help protect it that disappear once it grows to full size. The fry school in groups, probably for protection, but adults are more solitary.
Females can lay up to 300 eggs at a time. When the babies hatch they are called fry. A fry has sharp spines to help protect it that disappear once it grows to full size. The fry school in groups, probably for protection, but adults are more solitary.
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