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Ammonia in aquarium will turn toxic to fish if it builds up. This usually happens in enclosed environments such as hobby aquariums and even large fish tanks. Ammonia in saltwater habitats that are controlled environments demand constant monitoring. It is part of the natural cycle in saltwater ecosystems so there is no way to get rid of ammonia production entirely. However, certain measures can be implemented to make ammonia in saltwater harmless and manageable.
Published by Marky Chavez 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
The aquatic world seems too small for the many different species of clownfish to co-exist. Imagine these are but elfin fellows that belong to the small variety of fish. Their interesting temperament best explains it all. They place high regard on their territorial dominance that will not settle for shared space. This makes it tough to answer the query can you mix clownfish in aquarium?
Published by Marky Chavez 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
Blackwaters have been the cradle of many different multi-coloured fish variety. Rasbora is one distinctive dweller of this specific niche. It has an eye-catching coloration perfect as a living attraction in any freshwater aquariums. It does not fail to impress anticipators and aquarists, alike. In turn, care of rasboras is demanded to sustain its life in non-natural habitats.
Published by Marky Chavez 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Aquatic Gardener’s Association (AGA) is a group of aquarists that aims to disseminate relevant and useful facts and details on aquatic plants. The group particularly is involved in the study and improvement of techniques for the breeding of aquatic plants in ponds and aquarium. It also supports efforts in increasing public interest in aquatic gardening, while promoting goodwill among its members. The association charges a membership fee of $20 for members in the US, and $23 for member...
Published by Marky Chavez 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Texas Cichlid, also known as the Pearl Cichlid or the Rio Grande Perch, is notorious for its temperament which involves aggression and toughness. All kinds of cichlids are known to be territorial and aggressive, but this type of cichlid is a cut above the rest. It would take a courageous and adventurous aquarium hobbyist to take on this belligerent fish. If you are one of those people, you might want to read on so you would know exactly what you are getting yourself into.
Published by Marky Chavez 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
Fish aquariums are great. It is fun to watch the many types of fish swimming around. Some fish do not require a lot of special care. Swordtails and Mollies are beautiful fish and a welcome addition to most aquariums. The fancy guppies are truely amazing and they come in many patterns and color combinations. Never mix aggressive fish with peaceful fish.
Published by norlaw 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
Fish aquariums are great. It is fun to watch the many types of fish swimming around. Some fish do not require a lot of special care. Swordtails and Mollies are beautiful fish and a welcome addition to most aquariums. The fancy guppies are truely amazing and they come in many patterns and color combinations. Never mix aggressive fish with peaceful fish.
Published by norlaw 232 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are millions of fishes in the world. Many are kept as marine pets in aquaria. Many are consume as food and some are game fish. They come in different sizes, colors, shapes and physical appearance. The most common shape of fish is tubular or elongated. There are also flat fishes. Ball-like fishes are not naturally occurring. Some species of fish has the ability to transform from their original shape into a ball-like appearance.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
Fancy goldfish are harder to care for than the regular common goldfish. They are beautiful and well worth the time you will spend careing for them. The Pompom goldfish is unique with its large nasal lobes. The Jikin goldfish was once used in ponds but it is now popular as an aquarium fish. The Celestial Eye goldfish is very unusual and delicate.
Published by norlaw 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
Sea Monkeys are fascinating little creatures. They make good unusual pets for some people. Cildren love watching them. They are not hard to care for. The live in salt water. Triops are also a very unique pet. Many people confuse them with Sea Monkeys but they are not the same. They are not even related. Children love watching Triops swimming around in their tank.
Published by norlaw 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 0 comments
Many people are now keeping snails as pets. They can be fascinating to watch crawling around in their home. They are easy to care for and do not require much. Some of them get to be quiet large. The large Roman snail is popular and is kept as a pet. They can get to be 2 inches across. The Giant African Land Snail will get to be 4 to 6 inches in size.
Published by norlaw 72 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +0 votes | 1 comments
Aquariums can be great and nothing makes an aquarium beautiful like aquatic plants. Some fish love plants to hide in. Plants offer hiding places for shy fish so they can get away from the more aggressive fish in the tank. When you get your plants pick the ones that are easy to grow. Arrange them so they are attractive in the aquarium.
Published by norlaw 73 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +2 votes | 4 comments
Seahorse are amazing pets. They are hard to raise. They are not good in an aquarium with other fish. The biggest cause of death in seahorses and pipefish is starvation. You can feed seahorses frozen food but sometimes they will not eat it. They do prefer live food. Seahorse and pipefish are very fragile.
Published by norlaw 73 months ago in Fish & Aquariums | +5 votes | 4 comments
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