Snails can live in fish tanks and tanks
In fish tanks/Fish bowls.
no because the tanks are usually heated
Depends on what type of fish it is. Some fish can live up to 20 years!!!!
maybe there might be some hotels that have fish tanks
no. they live in mud.
for sure fresh water clams.
Aquarium live rock.
Yes they can but if you have other fish in there that are smaller the gold fish might eat it.
Fish tanks were not 'discovered' they were invented.
they can be dripped into brackish water tanks
They live mostly on land; unlike algae which cloud fish tanks and ponds. :)
A betta fish can be any color. They live in unfiltered tanks. They are really cute.
They should never be kept with fish because they poison the water by pooing and piddling in there.
yes it is
Clown-Fish can live for 40 years and above in their natural habitat. They can only live for 4 years and above in aquarium's and tanks.
Floran fish can not live with many other types of fish. They are highly aggressive and should be kept in species-specific tanks with their own kind.
Your pet fish wouldn't have a place to live
no they need at least two fish tanks if its for a pet
Its not a fish, but try snails. They are super cleaners for tanks.
Sticklebacks can and do live in aquaria. I used to have them breeding in 2 foot tanks way back in the 1950s in England
Some beardies do yes. It all depends on their owners, they can live in fish tanks or home made tanks. We call anything a beardie lives in a Vivarium
they like fish tanks, most likely 1L fish tanks
Most fish tanks are built in plastics because platic does not break easily.Glass people still use now for their fish tanks at home but i rarely see them,because glass fish tanks can break easily although is transparent