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"I got 2 juveniles in my 20 gallon tank along with some cherry barbs. All of them were wild caught. Since cherries are endangered in wild in Sri Lanka I started a project to bread them n release back to wild. So when I caught my parent stock, these two slender rasbora juveniles ended up in my tank. They look very similar to cherries when young. But within 3 months they outgrow the cherries. Having these two in my breeding tank definitely does not help my project cz they eat eggs n fry. Yet I don't feel like releasing them back to wild because of their beauty. Considering to move them to one of my ponds with some more mates."

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