I won't lie, Minnows don't have a very long life-cycle. Minnows are first eggs laid near water plants and rocks. After just a few weeks, the minnows hatch into teeny-tiny fry. (baby minnows). The baby minnows stick together into a tiny school. Keeping each other save and feeding together. After a few more weeks, the fry turn into Adult minnows and separate. However sadly, once they are adults they are eaten my bigger fish, and mammals.
Olivia the animal lover