It's not a good idea. Sea horses are very slow moving. They should be provided with something that they can hold on to an ideally a light water flow would bring the food to them. They don't usually do well if they have to compete for food with faster swimming fish.
good answer: sea horses can be kept in an established reef tank that generates its own "wildlife" in the live rock so they can forage for food as in the wild, since they normally eat live things they are always on the hunt, this is the same problem with the mandarinfish.
As stated above with the mandarin goby it is recommended the tank be atleast 6 months established. Also as stated above light flow tanks are ideal as they are not very profecient swimmers and can not easily catch food. I would not introduce many types of fish with the horses as they are vulnerable. Gorgonia or other branchy saltwater decorations are needed for the horses to anchor themselves to to sleep and rest.
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The Jewel Vision 260 Aquarium is suitable for keeping one Siamese Fighting Fish. One can also keep other tropical, marine and coldwater fish in this aquarium.
As a rule, young fish do not stay with their parents at all, but fend for themselves as soon as the fish eggs are hatched. Marine creatures that care for their young and keep them with them for an extended period are mostly not fish but marine mammals like whales, dolphins and orcas.
You will need to set up a (very costly and complex) Tropical Marine Reef Environment for the fish and include a live sea anemone (for the fishes home). It will have to be fed several times daily. It is not easy to keep Marine fish alive.
Marine flying fish are too large for home aquariums. In freshwater aquariums you can keep hatchetfish and African butterfly fish. These fish can jump out of the water and require a lid for their aquarium.
I believe they did there is no other way.
no. they are tropical fish.
keep ur other fish healthier in ur tank and they are worth alot
It wants to be back were it was born to be by the fish it grew up with or just to be with other fish.
To have the most sucess with your gold fish keep other fantails with it and you will keep the problems down.
It is not recommended to keep other fish in the same tank as bettas. Bettas usually will attack other fish.
In races, some horses wear blinders to keep them from being distracted by horses or other things to their left and right.
Tropical and brackish are not mutually exclusive. Tropical means warm, and brackish means somewhat salty. Many brackish fish ARE tropical, and many tropical fish are brackish. You can keep tropical brackish fish with other tropical brackish fish, if they have the same temperment and will not harm or eat eachother. You can keep some brackish fish with some freshwater tropicals, and similarly you can keep some brackish fish with some marine tropicals. There are no wide open set of principles for brackish fish compatability beyond those that I have just illustrated.
In a marine REEF aquarium nitrates should be kept as close to 0 ppm as possible. In a fish only marine aquarium you should strive to keep your nitrates below 20 ppm.
It means that the fish that is nudging it wants to or is mating with the other fish. If the other fish doesn't want to mate the other fish will just keep on nudging :)
A horses 'bangs' are called the forelock. The forelock is used to help keep bugs, rain, snow, dirt and other debris out of the horses eyes.
Some of the most spherical fish you will find are puffer fish which are marine fish and can be really hard to keep. Plus, they only got spherical when they are angry or stressed. Another fish I know that you may like is the Silver Hatchet Fish. These are tropical, therefore easier to keep, but they are more a 2D circle shape instead of spherical. Hope this has helped.
If you are looking for an animal to keep your horse company, then you could try a donkey or a burro. They often get along with other horses, and are not expensive to keep
You can only put other betta fish. If you have a male though, I would suggest not putting any other fish. If you have a female then you can put other female's in.
If you wish to keep the Marine Clown or Anemone fish (Nemo) then you will need to set up a Tropical Marine Aquarium. The necessary equipment will cost BIG DOLLARS.(Check at your local pet shop) Then you will have to get a fairly large Anemone of the right species to be the symbiotic partner of the Clownfish. They are not easy to keep.
There are many freshwater tropical fish. In fact most of the tropical fish kept by aquarists are freshwater and they can not survive in either cold water or marine (salt) water. In most cases the marine species are much more difficult to keep and much more expensive to set up for.
Yes, keep in mind seahorses are one of the most timid sea creatures.
Horses enjoy the company of other horses, and also cats and donkeys/mules. They may get along with other animals such as dogs or goats.They do not like snakes, pigs.Horses like other horses :) aswell as other animals ^^^
People keep horses for many of the same reasons people keep any other pet. There are many things to do with a horse. Horse shows were there are multiple classes you and your horse can enter and compete. Breeding is another reason. Profit can be made when breeding good horses to make a nice colt or filly. They are very loving animals. So really the answer to your question is well, why people keep horses is the same reason people keep other animals as well. For fun, competition, profit, etc.
Yes, they'll leave each other alone.