Can guppies live in an outside pond?
Guppies are tropical fish and should not be kept any colder than 65F. If your outside temperatures don't go below that then your guppies should be OK outside,
unless it is regularly cleaned and heated to 24degrees, no.
Koi and pond fish who live in a pond
They come from creeks, rivers pond in Trinidad, Tobago and most of the lesser Antilles
They are tropical fish. There are also wild guppies. If you have a stream or something running into your pond that is probably why. Or someone could have put them there and then they reproduced.
no they cant
guppies live in freshwater not saltwater
guppies live in the shalow waters were its warm in the ocean.
Sharks don't eat guppies. Sharks live in the Ocean, Guppies live in fresh water.
Yes during the Summer I Usually put them and other tropical fish out around June 1,and bring them inside in early September.Word of warning,if you plan on keeping these fish outside,make sure to have water lilies and floating plants like duckweed or azolla in your tubs or ponds to protect them from predators.
guppies have live fry
No, guppies are fresh water fish.
Yes - there is virtually no limit to how many female guppies can live together.
Guppies do not lay eggs they give birth to live young.
Guppies are compatible with Bristlenose catfish, the bristlenose being one of a few catfish that can live with guppies because of the guppies' water.
No. Guppies live in fresh water.
Guppies do not lay eggs as they are live bearers.
Some fish that can live with guppies in a tank are neon tetra, platy. minnows, betta, molly, and angelfish. Guppies are hardy tropical fish.
bettas will attack guppies angelfish will eat guppies
Some people keep their turtles in the house, others keep them in a pond outside. Either way, they live with their owners.
Guppies can live very happily with heaps of other species of tropical fish
Guppies live in freshwater. They are the most popular aquarium fish and widely distributed around the world. Guppies are also called rainbow fish.
The tiger fish would eat the guppies.
Probably not. Guppies are tropical fish, meaning that they want water between 75 and 80 degrees. Ponds get too cold. They would die.
Raccoons may live near a pond ecosystem but do not live in a pond ecosystem.
If you live in the tropics and the water will never go below 75F they should survive. You will probably never see them though once they are in a pond because their colouring will make them almost invisible from above.
Yes a turtle can survive in an outside pond in winter.
No. Guppies need a heater, whereas gold fish will overheat. Also, they will eat the guppies.
Guppies live through giving birth.
Guppies do not lay eggs they are live bearers
Guppies are live bearers which means they give birth to live fry. The average is 20 - 50 fry.
Guppies live up to 4 years old and when they die they do not float they sink down to the bottom of the tank
Guppies do live in rivers. However, they prefer tropical salt water. They need to live in water that is at least 55 degrees F.
They live in the pond still
No, a whale cannot live in a pond. There is not enough space in a pond for a whale, and the amount of shrimp that a whale eats could not live in the same pond.
Frogs (tadpoles) Fish Outside the water: Mosquito Dragonfly Toad Hope this helped^^
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not a chance. you could buy guppies as feeder fish for them though.
No, All adult fish will eat baby guppies.
Yes, they can all live together. It is important to separate your babies though, or the bigger fish will eat them
You do not say if the guppies are common guppies or fancy, also how many male and female guppies you have, yes as far as the snails and guppies go, one point to remember is the tank water should be above 72 degrees and some live floating plants for the guppies too hide in.
pond community is animal who live in pond
Angelfish will eat all the guppies. If you have guppies, they can live really well with neon tetras and platys.
Guppies live in warm tropical waters. However, they can be kept at about 70 degrees or more.
Yes guppies do need light to live. Its all about the light inside of the food. Also, the guppies feed off of the energy in their food. It's pretty much like a food web.
Yes, guppies can live with neon tetras. They in fact make good aquarium neighbors as guppies are top feeders, neons are middle feeders, and the temperature requirements are the same. Yes, neutralize it.
Guppies give live birth. Unlike many fish species, they do not lay eggs.
No, only female guppies can have babies. They are live bearers meaning like humans they don'tgive birth to the fry (baby guppies) in eggs.
anywhere in a pond
In South America, where they come from, they all live outside. They would only be able to live outside where the temperature range is always warmer. I currently have one in my pond which he loves. Since he is a tropical fish I will have to bring him back inside when the weather turns cooler and the water temperature become colder.
Yes, they are.