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Up to 5,000 larvae which are no more than five days old get familiar with their surroundings as they swim in a tank. <br />
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Before they develop into tiny fish, the eggs - measuring just two millimetres - were placed into a container and hatched into larvae. <br />
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The hatching process lasts just five days and by then the larvae have started to move and swim.<br />
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They do not require food because the larvae still carry food supplies such as egg yolks. <br />
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After a while they will then develop into tiny gold fish, carp and catfish.  SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE.<br />
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Pictured: The tiny larvae start to swim around within the container.<br />
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