a fish tank is cloudy because of moisture and how hot or cold the fish tank is
depends on what makes it cloudy, if it is cloudy from the tap , run it again. if it is cloudy due to too much steriliser in the water then yes. if it is cloudy and you dont know why, clen the tank and put bottled water in the tank to be sure.
It is important to remember to put things in a goldfish tank, even goldfish get bored. Some of my suggestions for tank decor are artificial plants and a "hidey hole" for your goldfish.
no goldfish can't shrink, but they do grow with their tank, and if you move a goldfish to a smaller tank, it might suffocate or even jump out of the tank if there isn't a lid
Goldfish are egg-spawners. If you want to breed them, you need: * two aquariums--a 20-gallon spawning tank, and a 10-gallon grow-out tank. Neither one should have gravel or a filter in it. * a male and a female goldfish, both at least three years old * baby goldfish food Put about three inches of water in the grow-out tank. Put the adult goldfish in the spawning tank. When the goldfish are ready to spawn, the male will chase the female all over the tank. When she gets tired enough, she will scatter eggs all over the tank, and the male will spray his milt all over the tank. The milt will turn the water cloudy. Now for the fun part: you have to wait until the water clears, then scoop up all the eggs and put them in the other tank. Goldfish will eat their own eggs. Then cover the other tank, wait until they hatch, and start feeding the little fish.
You should not have goldfish and platies in the same tank ever.
No they cannot be in the same tank. Both fish have different needs and are not compatible; goldfish belong with goldfish.
The bigger the tank you provide, the bigger and healthier your goldfish will be.
for a tank of 2 goldfish it should be about as big as a big microwave
depends, can a ten gallon tank live in a goldfish
getting more goldfish in your tank
A Loach can be with goldfish.
They can live together sometimes.
It's cloudy because it depends what fishes you have like a tank with a filter it cleans it all the dirt out or you have for example a betta fish they can have a cloudy tank cuz of their food. So your tank is cloudy because you don't have a filter and chemicals for clear water. Hope it helps.
Regardless of the type or size of goldfish the minimum acceptable size of an aquarium for a goldfish is 30 gallons. Buy a tank that is at least 30 gallons if you plan to have goldfish. You can comfortably fit 3 goldfish in a tank this size but no goldfish in a tank any smaller. Goldfish are essentially pond fish and need lots of space to swim; they will not thrive in a small aquarium.
The size of the tank affects the goldfish greatly! If you put too many goldfish in a small tank, the goldfish can suffocate from not having enough oxygen, even if the water is kept perfectly clean, for there is not enough oxygen in the small amount of water for the amoutn of goldfish in it. Goldfish need enough space to swim around and exercise too, and if you leave too many goldfish in a small tank, I believe they get stressed out.
Yes, it is the sunlight...the sunlight shines into the fish tank and makes the water go cloudy I can suggest cleaning the tank out and put fresh water in.. and moving the tank into a different place to stop it going cloudy Hope this helped!!x
Either a tank or pond of at least 30 gallons is a suitable environment for a goldfish.
A 3 gallon tank is to small for even one goldfish.
no. you should have 10gal of water per goldfish. you shouldn't have goldfish in a 5gal tank at all. they are huge waste producers
Yes, goldfish are very messy. Goldfish need 10 gallons per fish, you actually need a 20 gallon tank or about a 70 liter tank for 2 goldfish. But the small tank will do while they are small, you will need to eventually get a larger tank.
pH7 to pH7.2 is good for Goldfish
Goldfish are best with goldfish with the exception of weather (dojo) loaches, bristlenose plecos, or apple/mystery snails, but only if you have enough space in your tank.