Can you freeze a fish and it live?
if you freeze a fish and thaw it soon enough it might live. some animals can survive if u freeze them. e.g. a lobster will come back to life if u thaw it
no it is to cold for hem they will freeze
Live foods or freeze dried bloodworms.
Yes, it is ok to freeze somked smaon so it is ok to freeze smoked fish
Yes. Depending on the fish, but all fish can freeze if the temperature of the water reaches a certain temperature.
no you would get food posining
Their body functions halt and the freeze literarily and then returns to live when the ice unfreezes.
Well, try giving it one pellet to see if its hungry and then put in 3-4 pellets for it to eat. Some good treats for your fish are live blood worms, live brine shrimp, freeze dried blood worms and freeze dried shrimp. These can substitute for the normal food you give your fish but DO NOT EXEED THE AMOUNT THAT YOUR FISH CAN EAT IN FIVE MINUTES.
alot.... be more specific ... there are salmon that live in the artic when they migrate .. most cold water fish have an enzyme in their blood that acts like anti freeze does for ur car
can you freeze live lobster
they do not freeze becuz they have special gills
Use preferably fresh fish.
no they eat freeze dried blood worms,live food,or Betta food bought from a store.
Antarctica is a continent and fish live in liquid water. The Southern Ocean's water is cold, yes, very cold indeed, and fish that thrive there have adapted to this, their natural environment. Antarctica is surrounded by the Southern Ocean.
No, the fish in Antarctica adapt to the environment's temperature.
Put preservatives in the bottle with the fish. Or freeze it.
Yes, it is possible to freeze cooked fish.
Fish go further down than the ice. The ice usually doesn't freeze all the way to the bottom. If the fish are trapped in shallow water or if the lake or stream freezes to the bottom, they will freeze.
Gut it and clean it, then wrap each fish in a separate, sealed plastic bag, write fish on the bag and the date and then freeze it immediately. Eat it within a month.
Yes. In some cases they prevent the fish from getting further upstream or downstream but they also create many ponds and small lakes for fish to live in. The ponds and lakes created by beaver do not freeze to the bottom in winter which is good for the fish living in them.
A better question would be, what fish don't eat daphnia? Seriously though, I've never had a fish that didn't like it, the same with blood worms. They will eat it whether its freeze dried or live.
Lakes never freeze to the bottom, so fish just live in the water below the ice.
Not in its full sense. Warm water fish will cease to live but cold water fish will slow down almost to the point of hibernation. As long as it does not freeze solid or happens to quickly cold water fish such as koi can usually survive.
yes It could
put it in the freezer
Yes, after it has cooled.
You de-freeze it.
Yes you can! You can also feed them freeze dried shrip, freeze dried bloodworms and live bloodworms! You can also use this as food but do not exeed the amount your fish can eat in five minutes. They have very small mouths so you can also break these treats into bits (Not the live kind though!!!).
If you want a real answer to your question, try being more specific. "Kinds of fish food" could be related to Brand or Type. With regards to type: Flakes Pellets Wafers Cubes Frozen Freeze-Dried Species-Specific Live (Fish) Live (Insects) Live (Plants) Home-made Fry-specific food (usually liquid)
An ice fish is a species of fish that lives in the Antarctic. It has anti-freeze blood to stop the fish from dying.
Yes, you can safely freeze cooked fish.
If you mean the fish you bought for your igloo then what you do is click on the fish bowl and press up.
If you freeze a live frog, it will kill the frog. You can; however, freeze a dead frog.
they keep living in the deep unfrozen area The fish do not freeze or die in the frozen water they are still in there and swimming around or they could have found tunnels to move to a diffrent stream to swim freely in!
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Arctic fish don't not have anit-freeze in their blood; it is simply a rumor people used to think back in the 1800's.
Fish generally go down to the bottom of the pond where the water does not freeze and sort of hibernate for the winter. That is why it is important to make your pond so deep that the water will not freeze all the way to the bottom. (www.rosepond.com)
No, you can only freeze dead mice. If they are alive, they would freeze to death or die of starvation. Please don't freeze live mice.
Bettas can eat worms, brine shrimp, frozen live food, freeze dried live food,and that's it. DO NOT feed your bettas FLAKES. They will give you a look you will never see again.
Nematodes can live on fish, in fish and fish can consume them.
Like in most places on Earth, fish live in large schools at the bottom of the sea, so numbering them is naturally quite difficult. However, it is estimated, that about 30 million fish do live in Antarctic waters. These aren't any ordinary fish either. They can anti-freeze themselves so the biting coldness of Antarctica doesn't kill them. I'm not sure what the species of fish are, but I know cod is one of them.
Freeze the ingredients before the milk is added. The, thaw, add milk and heat.
You can freeze shrimp safely for years. Meats and fish freeze well. Either cooked or raw this is a good way to store meats.
None, no fish can live ON the fish tank.
It is possible to freeze a fish using cryogenics but for a fish it would need to be very cold (-10 degrees) and it would depend on how long it would be frozen would affect it's life Eg. 10 days frozen would probably make it live a few days after it was melted. but if you froze it for a couple hours it might life for 2 weeks depending on what kind of fish it… Read More
Fish live in water.
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The fact that ice floats means that the lake probably will not freeze solid all the way down. There will still be liquid water at the bottom of the lake where the fish can stay alive all winter.
The pond you keep your fish in is above the ground and you are worried about winter that it will freeze right up what can you do?
if it is a cosmetic pond put your fish in an aquarium and drain your pump so it doesn't freeze and break drain your pond
I have always found that it is fine to freeze smoked fish that is cold smoked. Best results are by vacuum sealing as soon as you take it out of the smoker and your good to go for up to 6 months.