I have two tadpoles that came from the same clutch (P. Vittatus) that are grossly deformed but seem to be eating and growing like normal. These tadoles are round and lumpy rather than the sleek oval shape of a normal tadpole. They look like sting rays with tiny eyes and mouths. They seem to waddle when they try to swim because of the shapes of their bodies. They are definitely ugly but they seem to be thriving like a normal tadpole. Thoughts?