Yes, turtles can live in tap water but it is important to get a water conditioner to remove any chemicals that may be in the water. A water filter is also good to remove impurities and keep water fresher longer.
Yes they can
No seahorse can live in tap water they can only live in salt water
Yes, minnows can live in tap water. However, for them to live long in tap water, they need to have access to food and oxygen dissolved in that water.
yes but you have to use aqua plus which removes the chlorine you also have to get a heater to heat it up to 24 - 28c
they cannot live in tap water but they have the capability to do so .,if youe tap is straight connected to pond they may be
no because they have been raised in salt water and lived in salt water so they cannot live in tap water
Goldfish can live in tap water and so can Chinese fighting fish!<3 :) :D
Newts cannot live in tap water as the chemicals to make it drinkable to humans can dammage the skin.
You can use water from the tap but you have to use Aqa Plus which takes out the chlorine.
Because tap water comes from the lake with animals live in.
http://www.ewg.org/tapwater/statereports/ Follow the link then just click on your state on the US map. Unless you live in the jungle, prepare to be amazed.
none they hate it :)
Tap water has vitamins in it, Iron and such.... Some tap water is bad too there is some tap water depending which area you live in have to much arsenic in it and will kill your plants. Your town should have a water survey you can find at your local library.
it depends on where you live, or specifically where the tap is that you are opening up. It will come from well water or the town's drinking water supply.
only fresh water clams can not salt water
Depends on where you live.
It depends on where you live, there are websites you can use to find out if you live in an area with hard or soft water.
Several microorganisms live in tap water, like: algae, bacteria, fungii, viruses.
Yes they can live in bottled water but not tap water unless you treat it with dechlorination drops.
Only freshwater fish and the water has to be a certain temperature. Yes, my fish have lived in tap water for 2 years. (goldfish obviously)
Always use tap water. Salt water kills all plants except plants that live in the sea.
The environment the plant likes to live in is fulfilled by the tap water. there is a current, oxygen and minerals. therefore, it lives there because it can. simple plants such as a mold don't decide where they want to live and live there because they like it, they live there because it is possible for them to.
no they can not if they do they would die
Goldfish can live perfectly fine in tap water.
Yes,red eared sliders are very tough and aren't as fussy as other turtles
Yes...but they do better if the water has aged for a week. It is handy if the water is aged in a pitcher.
Only if you leave the water out for about a week. Tap water has chemicals that harm the tadpoles.
go to the map outside the locked door where Astrid is and tap on the map then tap where the torches are
Tap water may contain chlorine, a poison to kill germs. Even if it is not chlorinated, many sea fish are unable to live in fresh water.
If tap water is not good for goldfish what kind of water do you suggest Bottled water Distilled water?
You need to buy a chlorine-free bottle, to get rid of the chlorine from the water. Since no fish can live inside chlorine. And chlorine is mixed with tap water.
It all depends on where you live. if you live in a country/rural area the tap water is most likely from a well or storage facility in the area. The water is not as well treated as city water so bottled water is better because it is cleaner and better for your health. In the city its all the same thing.
As long as you treat the tap water with a water conditioner it should be fine.
Tap water can be used for your pet turtle but there are a few things you need to know first. Tap water has chlorine in it which is used to keep it clean for human consumption. This chlorine can be an irritant and can kill fish if placed directly into an aquarium. To alleviate any problems, take the tap water and pour it into a dish, pot or bowl and let it sit for about… Read More
You may use uncleaned tap water for a beta but it is not the best choice. Some betas will live in uncleaned tap water, some will die. The best choice would be to get a water conditioner to use in the water such as aqua-safe. It is very important to read the directions on such conditioners.
Nope. They can only live in seawater.
no, it cant have chemicals in it or the crab will die
it depends on where you live, the quality of tap could change, but for the most part bottled spring water is about the best. 47a38933-1c3b-48c2-b188-9a7882c2a003 1.03.01
Actualy, some species of box turtles, such as the three-toed box turtle are quite fond of water and like to swim regularly. The should be given a pool of water the is deep enough for them to get a good swim and they should be able to get into and our of it easily. The water must be kept clean as it can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Tap water is fine to use… Read More
Tap water will be fine - but if you live in a country where there are freezing temperatures, you will also need to add antifreeze (in the amount stated on the bottle). Tap water works in a pinch,, but to properly fill your coolant system you should use a 50/50 mixture of Distilled Water and Antifreeze
Tap water will freeze first. Salty water is no longer tap water therefore has a different freezing point from tap water (which is lower than tap water)
If you live in America,why would you do that?We have clean water.I would be thankful.
if I put them in it for a few minutes while I do my experiment?
Yes, with dirt and rocks. But they will need a food supply.
That depends on where you live in the world - In Norway tap water is completely harmless, however in places like London it can make you seriously ill. So I recommend bottled water for the most parts.
Hard water can be good for fish and live plants because it has minerals in it that you don't get in bottled water. It is good to give your fish half tap water(treated with conditioner) and half bottled water. This gives your fish and live plants minerals to help them grow. You can use 100% tap(hard) water but it must be treated with water conditioner for fish.
yes, that is the preferred water. get some zoo meds repti-safe to clean the water for them, and a zoo med's dr. turtle to prevent spread of disease, and it's perfect. you'll also of course need a submersible heater (keep it around 85 degrees F) and a water filter, both being capable of handling whatever size tank you have.
No, it isn't faster, tap water freezes just at the same temperature as tap water
Tap water is generally potable water, able to be used for cooking and drinking (this depends on the country and area you live in). Grey water is used water ie washing water that is let down the drain, again this is dependant on the country and area you live in . Many people are using grey water for plants or in some cases purifying it again for drinking
you can tap tap