It will keep the fish from being freezer burned and let it keep longer. You can do this with chicken also. It depends on how long you intend to freeze it. Fish frozen in ice will last longer due to air next to the meat can cause freezer burns. If you intend on using it in less than a year or so, you can freeze it on a piece of wax paper and when frozen, transplant into a large ziplock bag. This allows you to remove the amount you want, and not have to dethaw the whole amount. This way, you can remove individual portions at ease.
no. they can even live in freezing temperatures. they're meant to be pond fish, and will grow very large.
Salt water fish need salt water, fresh water fish need fresh water. Humans need air. Its just the environment that it grows in.
fish do need water they have gills which extracts (to take) the air from the water
Fish need clean oxygenated water and food.
Fish are cold blooded, therefore their body temperature is virtually the same as that of the surrounding water they live in. Each fish species has an optimal temperature that they prefer. Some fish live near the poles and can survive in water near freezing, other fish live near the equator and need water as warm as 30 deg C (85 deg F).
Fish need water to live if fish doesn't have water they will die.
of course you do you need the fish to have WATER because every fish in the world needs water so the betta fish needs it to,to live so the betta fish does need a FILTER
No. I disagree. I clean my fish before freezing. There can still be microbial activity in frozen food. That is all the more likely in a fish that is still full of fecal matter.
because fish need it to breathe. just like humans need air to breate. to fish, water is air.
Saltwater fish require salt water, and fresh water fish need fresh water, you can't mix them, or the fish will die. You need to look at each individual fishes needs as to what temp they need their water to be. There are some saltwater fish that can survive in fresh water, but it is not healthy for them.
Animals need a climate that is fitting for their adaptations. If you switched a polar bear and a lizard, or a fish and a monkey, to the opposing habitat, they would die. Monkeys cannot breathe under water, and fish need water to breathe. The Polar Bear would expire from heat stroke, and the lizard would die from freezing.
Depends on the fish.
Fish need air from the water because they have gills that breathe water, not air like us.
Fish need oxygen to survive, there is oxygen in water.
Freshwater fish need regular water without salt, Marine fish need salt water. Marine fish are more colorful and interesting then freshwater fish but they are a lot harder to look after than freshwater fish. Saltwater fish need more water to swim in and are more fragile than freshwater fish.
below the freezing tempature of water
A fish cannot survive for very long if taken out of water. Fish need water to breathe.
Tap water. But to keep fish healthy you will need to add a chemical called Water conditioner or Water ager. This simply removes any chlorine or chloride from the water as fish cant live in chlorinated water.
Fish live in the water, so generally they only need food. But they get their oxygen from the water through their gills, so they will need the water to have dissolved oxygen at a proper level.
Every fish lives in a different inviroment.If its a tropical fish and the water is to cold it will die.
fish are developed with gills so they need water in order to breath.
It cant, fish need water to survive.
Yes. All animals need water. This includes fish.
no tropical fish need warm water