Using a new Close up option, I fiddled around with taking more water images, alot of them came out with flashing lights but that new angle idea worked wonders!
I took a huge picture of my tank and found that at the edge was my favorite female Guppy, born on my birthday last year and now spunky and big; Altaira has become a perfict female for her species.
I was goofing around with their genes due to curiousity and closing her grandmother off with males who had sharp tails, and her mom with more sharp tailed boys, and though the boys ended up with tails to large to swim with, the females slowly became a breed of their own. Now mingling with the other males of the tank, her babies are carrying that tail pattern and shape, while the males are getting smaller tails causeing a better life for both sides.
I'm going to get into my guppy breeding more as winter comes, I know they mate no matter what! Lol But actualy changing the genes for the better of beauty and health would be more rewarding then letting them breed till the original genes are lost
I guess you could also consider my Altaira a second wonder of our house, she was bred while I had no true idea on what the heck I was doing, and something compleatly different poped up causing a larger race of females who can mistakenly be called males!
Btw her name didint come from the Pokemon named Altaira, she was named after the actual star, one of three in the Summer constilation. Ataira, Veer and .... Ack I forget but you know she's not a Pokemon now XD.