This is a debated topic. There are both pros and cons. Though oxygen is very important, too much can be deadly for a fish. The finer the bubbles the more likely your fish may get air bloat. Also adding an air stone increases the CO2 gas exchange process increasing the pH in the water. Marine fish like basic water. Also in a reef tank too much oxygen can kill coral. Normally filter systems creates enough oxygenation for a tank to where an air stone is not needed. If you want air bubble for a decorative effect try to get something tha doesn't create a fine bubbles.
if the aquarium is freshwater then ya. if its a saltwater aquarium then get saltwater snails
Any thing can be put into a saltwater aquarium if it is for decorative or structural purposes only. If you are referring to live rock for biological filtration then you are wanting to look for rock that is very porous and has been in a running saltwater system for at least six weeks. I have everything from premium Fiji live rock to a glass bottle in my aquarium.
No!!! Freshwater fish and Salt water fish are totally different!!! You can't put a saltwater fish in a freshwater fish aquarium and you can't put a freshwater fish in a saltwater fish aquarium. They won't live very long!!! They need different water and a different water temperature.
yes, but just saltwater fish. If you put a sea turtle in freshwater, it will die. If you put freshwater fish into saltwater they will die.
yes as long as its 10 gallons
it will suffer and die
Buy like a 10 gal. tank, buy an airstone, or sponge filter, sand, food, and obviously the minnows. get the tank, put the sand in, and set up the filter or airstone. Put the minnows in the tank, and feed them. depending on what kind they are, they might get big. For a while, they might just eat bread, or goldfish flakes.
depends on the FISH. if they saltwater fish, then you put salt water in the aquarium, same thing for the freshwater fish. if you dont know what kind of fish it is, look it up.
Well, there are 2 types of fish, saltwater fish, and freshwater fish. Only put in saltwater if you own a saltwater fish. Note: Saltwater fish could live safely in freshwater, but freshwater fish will suffocate in saltwater.
I would not advise messing with the pH in a salt water (marine) aquarium. If you follow the directions on the particular testing kit that you have you should be OK but messing around with pH is a very dangerous thing to do and may quickly and easily result in dead fish.
They wouldn't live very long because of their need to have salt in their bodies.
The difference is the salt concentration in the water. Fresh water aquariums mimic the environment of lakes, ponds, or rivers. However, salt water aquariums have water that is salty like oceans. Fish are either freshwater or saltwater. Do not put them in the wrong water, or they will die.
An aquarium should not be put under the sun because the water is more likely to evaporate or heat up slighty, which is not good for any fish inside.
you should put the aquarium in the kitchen because every moring you won't forget to feed the fish.
Yes ofcourse you can have them in your saltwater aquarium. You have to provide some space in your tank with good sand and feeding sand dollars is easy, for they mostly eat suspended organic matters and other fish wastes.
You can safely put 2ml into the 10l aquarium
The choice is up to you. If you set up the aquarium as a vivarium for lizards why should it not be used to keep a lizard in.
Saltwater eggs are given the name for a reason. They will live only in saltwater and will die right after you put them in fresh water.
There is no "aquarium" tag on YouTube. Only "Pets & Animals." You just put "#aquarium" in the description and "aquarium" in the tags section of your video.
No, because if you boil a water and put it in the aquarium the tendency is the aquarium will crack.;) SO EASY!
another crayfish so when they grow up they can..... you know.... "stuff"
None, they need saltwater in order to survive.
Any plant that is not aquarium safe should not be placed with a betta