I am an involuntary aquarium owner: my daughter wanted fish, and I'm the only one in the family responsible enough to take care of them. The last time we went to get new fish, my kids picked red wag platies; I love these fish, and they've got great personality, but had I known they were live bearers, I wouldn't have touched them with a ten-foot pole. However, I didn't know that, and so here we are.... "Here" in this case is lots and lots of fry. For some reason, be it lack of aggressive fish in the tank, or dense planting, or multiple decorations, a lot of babies are surviving, including about a dozen from the first brood alone. At this point, I may have 30 or more, at different stages of development, in the tank, on top of the two adults, three neon tetras, and a bristlenose pleco. That's obviously too many fish for a 10-gallon tank, especially since the oldest fry are now about half an inch long. Where can I find a home for these fish? I don't want to see them end up as feeders: I don't have a deep emotional attachment to them, but I don't want creatures I've raised ending up as food. I've read some people sell them to local pet stores, but I don't even know what store I'd approach around here (I'm in Springfield); at any rate, I don't really care about getting money for them.