Can gambusia fish live well in a small aquariums?
If by mosquito fish you mean Gambusia, yes they are OK together.
In the tropic oceans or aquariums.
if you mean betta fish, they can live in an aguarium with a light.
No, Bettas are strictly freshwater fish.
Well, I caught an adult gambusia fish at my baby cousin's third birthday party, in a lake. My cousin is now five years old. I have had it for three years and it was an adult when I caught it. (I know because after I caught it, it had a baby!)
Paramecium live in freshwater and are also found in aquariums.
The oldest human beings have lived to be 120 years old. There is no fish that lives as long as that. Fish have been kept in aquariums for years. There is no known fish that can live as long as human can.
No, they are tropical fish but can live in cold water aquariums if you keep the water around 74 degrees. The Plecostomus will die in water below 60' but don't push them, They are meant for tropical aquariums.
In the seas and oceans where the water has a significant salt content. Also in salt water aquariums.
No, there are special live plants grown just for fresh water or salt water fish aquariums. There are also plastic fake plants that are made for all aquariums.
land hermit crabs live in aquariums.
Gambusia (Mosquito Fish) have live births. Some sharks are ovoviviparious, which means eggs are laid and hatch within the female, then leave the female, but there is no placenta which would be associated with a live birth. There may be other species which have live births, but I don't know them offhand. NO ...Fish lay eggs ...
The blackside hawkfish is a relatively small ocean fish that is sometimes added to saltwater aquariums. It typically lives in and around coral reefs, avoiding very deep water and the many predators there.
the smallest fish that live in ocean is tiny goby
A dolphin eats fish, so it hunts in water. Dolphins that live in Aquariums or zoo's are fed by workers, though.
They are mostly found in aquariums but can also be found near tropical floods or where streams enter into the sea
There are fish from several genera called Frog fish (Angler fish). They require specific marine living conditions in order to survive. In a fresh water aquarium they would be dead almost immediately.
No. Male bettas can be kept in community aquariums, but should not be kept with fish that look anything like they do, or are small enough to eat. A male betta will mistake a guppy for another betta and kill it. Female bettas, however, can be kept with other "betta-like" fish without a problem.
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No. Possums do not eat fish.
Small, non-violent fish.
Can you put live rock from the ocean in a freshwater aquariums after soaking in freshwater . puriotically changing the freshwater
they can live up to four years in aquariums or they can live up to eight years and theylive to 45years or 50 years in their natural habitat,so now you arn't a dummy anymore because i just told you how old clown fish can live up too.
Yes, but there are legal restrictions, have been since the early seventies on the escape-prone walking catfish or Frankenfish as it is sometimes called.
Beta have long tails. Be careful putting them in aquariums that have aggressive fish. Beta can live with guppies but will devour the young of the guppies. Don't put the Betta in with tetras or other aggressive fish.
Yes some fish like clown and other small ones live in them
Clownfish live for about 42-50 years in their natural ocean habitat, but about 4-8 in aquariums. up to maybe 4 to 5 years hope that helps you
no because they are wild
Shrimp will eat dead fish for certain. As for live fish, if the shrimp is large enough and the fish is small enough, then shrimp will eat live fish too.
Mosquito fish live mainly in ponds or swampy areas. They are small fish, so be on the lookout. They live in places where there is algae and such weed, sometimes elodea.
Hard Coral is not a fish but, some small fish live in hard coral.
crayfish are crustaceans that live in water and feed on small fish, plants and worms.
Several varieties of animals live in aquariums. For instance, fishes and sea turtles and sea snails are kept in aquariums. There are also several goldfish.
No fish will live for long in a small container. They all need freshly oxygenized water to survive and that condition can only be met by using an aquarium.
If you can, always try to separate different species of fish. If you do not have enough space to the try putting small fish with small fish and big fish with big ones. Which fish are you specifically taking about?
as long as you want
Freshwater fish can live with Ghost shrimp, however; most fish (even fairly small ones) will eat live shrimp. Some smaller fish will not bother ghost shrimp.
In the wild - no. In aquariums, probably.
In the wild - no. In aquariums, probably.
Yes, though some give birth to live young. Fish that give live birth are called live bearers.
Axolotls are predators, and will eat small fish if presented with the opportunity.
- a live bait, often a fish like a small roach, perch, minnow, Rudd or dace
Whales catch krill and small fish.