What does fish rots from the head means?
"Fish rots from the head" means bad ideas affect the body. This may be the body politic or body corporate or family. This phrase underscores the importance of leadership. Who are the decision makers and what drives their decisions? This is why "transparency" has become the watch word or our times. In a democracy people should be able to know on what basis decisions are made. This protects us from head rot. Thad Cummins http:\\www.rkmtec.com
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I have an incomplete answer for this. I just got a tattoo of a koi fish that I designed (without the spot). I got it done in Japan and the tattoo artist decided to add it. He explained to me that it when a koi fish gets older...something something...and that it was very japanese. I has something to …do with the aging or wisdom of a koi fish. ( Full Answer )
Answer . If a dead fish is presented, it means that someone near to you now "sleeps with the fishes" or has been executed.
Answer . no. Answer . No a fish can not have a human head there's no such thing but thanks for asking!
It's a savage predator from south east asia. Some countries have strict controls in place in case they manage to get out into the wild. Just a quick search in google will find you plenty information. Check out the youtube video (see related link) of a guy catching one. Its not so much savage! Fas…t-forward to about 1 minute 20 to see him land it. Regards Pete ( Full Answer )
Anyone searching for saltfish is not likely to find the expected \nanswer - a saltfish, as there is no such thing. The use of the word saltfish is actually describing a cod fish (usually called a salt cod)\nthat has been salted to use in many types of dishes. If you search for pictures of a cod fi…sh, you will be able to see what the illusive saltfish looks like. . ( Full Answer )
Usually yes. If the fish is dead, then it might not, but an alive fish always does.
Usually I use crabs. I have also used minnows. Sheep head are bottom feeders. So, they really eat anything that is edible.
Barnes & Barnes in 1978. Barnes & Barnes are Robert Haimer and Bill Mumy (Will Robinson of 'lost in Space' fame).
Fin rot while it is on the fins doesn't really harm the fish too much. The point is, you have to stop it when it starts, because like a vehicle that rusts, the rot will eat its way down to the body. Imagine if your body started to get eaten away from a flesh eating bacterium. Sores will appear, b…lood will flow, and like any other living creature, you would die. ( Full Answer )
Fish are obiously part of a food chain, fish get eaten by other creatures such as sharks. . Hope this helps. TJH
Yes it should grow back after u give the Betta the antibiotics for fin rot but if it does not grow back then it is not fin rot it must of gotten ripped off by something sharp in the tank or ripped off by being to rough.
Its what the girl fed the scientist in the movie nightmare before Christmas to make him pass out so she can leave at night
Snake-head fish were found in the Silverwood Lake in San BernardinoMountains east of L.A. , California in 1997.
Koi do not specifically have "bumps" on their heads that I am aware of. Please describe these bumps. if its the bumps im thinking of its like a fore head they have like a little frown
Hole in the head is a common disease and is caused by a lack of certain elements/vitamins in their food. Most experienced aquarists feed their fish at least some live food every few days or so (at least once a week) to avoid this problem. Chopped finely or whole, depending on the size of the fish, …and the size of the worm the best possible live food is earthworms. You would also need to be observing the basic rules of fishkeeping which are, :- 1 inch of fish needs a minimum of 1 gallon of water. :- Every tank needs a permanently running cycled filter. :- Every tank needs to have at least 50% of its water changed every week. Follow the above rules and your fish stand a chance of survival. Fail to follow them, and I can guarantee your fish will have constant health problems. ( Full Answer )
They are called fish otoliths and are among the strangest and most wonderful bits of vertebrate anatomy. They are strikingly sculptural, and their clean surfaces tend to display an alluring opalescent sheen. No one is absolutely sure about all their functions (which would seem to vary from species t…o species), but it is safe to say that they generally serve in a sensory system very much like the saccule/utricle: they sit atop a mat of sensitive hairs and their sloshing around gives the fish information about its movement in space. Fish that have to deal with complicated spatial environments (reefs, kelp beds) usually have bigger otoliths; those open water predators that stick to swimming fast in straight lines (tuna, billfish) tend to have relatively small ones. Otoliths also seem to play a role in underwater hearing in many species: because they are stone (and therefore of a different specific gravity than the rest of the fish), their vibrations in response to sound waves are out of phase with those of the animal's body; these differences can be translated into acoustic information. (Interestingly, although hearing in mammals is now handled by a very different system, it has recently been shown that human beings can "hear" very high frequency sounds by means of their otolithic organs, which appear to retain some acoustic sensitivity, despite having been converted almost entirely into sensors for movement and orientation). There are several thousand researchers around the world who spend their whole working day looking at fish otoliths. This has nothing to do with their physiological functions, however, and everything to do with their structure and the staggering amount of information they contain. In the first place, each species of fish has a unique otolith shape. Couple this with the fact that they are stone (and therefore comparatively resistant to decomposition), and their utility as a biological marker becomes clear. Interested in the food habits of bottlenose whales? Pump their stomachs and you will end up with relatively few bones but lots of otoliths. Find an otolith expert and he or she will be able to give you a menu. Similar work has been done to reconstruct the ecology of seabirds or to determine, using kitchen middens from archaeological sites, the diet of early coast-dwelling humans. But the true wonder of these peculiar pearls lies within. Should you have occasion to tonsure a snapper or sea-bass, slicing off the top of its skull just above the eyes, you might take a moment to remove the two largest otoliths (there are, as a rule, six in all, three on each side) from their velvet seats to the right and left of the brain stem. With the heel of a knife you should be able to snap one of them in two, and then, holding it to the light, you will discern a set of concentric bands. These are growth rings-annuli-which, properly counted, will give the age of your fish in years. This in itself is interesting, and enormously valuable to those who wish to understand the life-cycles and population structure of commercial species. But about thirty years ago a curious geologist, tinkering with an otolith (it was a rock, after all), made the truly shocking discovery that those annual layers can be further resolved, microscopically, down to daily layers, layers that contain, in their chemical composition and size, information about the temperature and the salinity of the water through which the fish moved, the food that it ate, and various environmental contaminants it encountered. The result is a stratigraphy unprecedented in the organic world: the diligent student can peruse the otolith of a long-lived deep sea fish, and reconstruct not merely its age, but (and I am barely exaggerating) what it had for breakfast on 6 March 1964, or roughly where it was on the occasion of a particular nuclear test. Not for nothing have those who gather at the biennial "Otolith Olympics" (the insiders' name for the scientific conference of dedicated otolith researchers) taken to calling the ear stone the "flight recorder" of the piscine world.. And that's not all. Ever inclined to make an inscription, human beings have figured out how to write their own messages in the heart of the pearl. By sequentially altering the temperature of the water in which salmon fry are hatched and raised, researchers can lay a distinctive "batch label" into the chemical layers of the otolith-a kind of barcode, inscribed in stone, and indelibly preserved within the maturing adult fish (a puckish early student of this technique used it to write "hi mom" in binary inside his experimental animal). Later, when these free-swimming creatures are captured at sea, each can be traced unfailingly to its hatchery of origin. Some five billion Pacific salmon have now been marked in this way, their inner qibla reconfigured to refer to their point of origin, and thus the point to which they seek return. - source - internet ( Full Answer )
Fin rot is whitish and it is always caused by bad water conditions. The only way to avoid fin rot in any tank is to have a cycled filter running permanently (this biologically removes Ammonia) and repace at least 50% of the water every week.(this reduces the Nitrate) A Betta is a three inch fish and… so it should be in at least 3 gallons of water. ( Full Answer )
There is a whiteish edge to the fins and a thinning or threading of the joining tissue between the fins rays. The condition can only be fixed by the proper use of a cycled filter and cleaning up the water with regular 50% water changes every week.
They do not. Strange as it may seem, many animals don't have heads. Starfish, urchins, coral, sponges, singe celled animals, adult tunicates, jellyfish, and many more, don't have heads.
it can be, or it can be a result of a fungal infection on the leaf. yellowing leaves, especially at the base of the plant are indicative of a root problem - root rot, over watering or even severe fertiliser burn to the roots of the plant
The dead carcass of a rotting fish could be said to be "Putrefying" or "Decaying".
1} Double headed eagle is of the Prussian orthodox christian church , representing a time where once Christendom was divided in West & East , after much persecution , this emblem found itself in Russia. 2}The fish , is the secret sign of Christians 3}And the serpent is the EVIL it battles & conquer…s ! ( Full Answer )
corrosion or rust are about the only terms I am aware of. Inside or outside doesn't matter.
I would take my fish to the vet and ask the Doctor to tell you why the fish has rotting fins
yes you can eat snake head fish. ----- Yes. Snakehead Fish is a delicacy in Thai and Chinese cooking.
They may have fin rot or fungi growing on them. You should get some generic treatment in straight away.
Steelhead fish are also known as Rainbow trout; they typically eat just about anything they can get, but specifically like insects, fish eggs, and smaller fish.
you could it but there are risk that it get suck in your Thought and it wouldn't be good for you
Yes, bettafix can fix fin rot if the fin rot is not serious. If there is 1/2 of the original fin still left the I recommend bettafix as it is made of organic material and is very effective.
You should immediately test your water parameters. There should be no ammonia, no nitrates, and the water should be mildly soft. Make sure you use water conditioners on any water changes. If there are harmful levels of nitrites or ammonia in the water, immediately perform a water change or isolate… the fish into a sick tank. Treat fin rot with Betta Fix or Melafix. (I prefer Melafix) These medicines can be found at large chain pet stores and often at local fish stores. Treat once a day for seven days, or according to the instructions on the medicine you are using. Test your water often, and make sure it's clean. You can speed your betta's recovery and prevent other infections by keeping the water steady at a temperature, try to hold it at a point between 82 and 84 degrees F. Using small amounts of aquarium salt (but not sea salt!) in the water helps prevent further infections. It's like Gatorade for your fish, giving them electrolytes and carbohydrates. Keep your fish in a quiet corner, away from excessive stress and activity, until he's recovered. ( Full Answer )
no, headlight fish do not have a light on their head. But they are shaped like a headlight.
The Tattoo was done right after Marshall had a really big fight with Kim. He assumed that they broke up and that they would never get back together again. So he went and irrationally got a big tattoo that says "Rot In Pieces". These words are below a picture of a grave and tombstone that has Kim's n…ame on it. ( Full Answer )
One of the more common interpretations of this kind of dream is as follows: Since fish appear to be looking at you (even when lying there, dead), there can be a sense that they are looking through you or deep into you. This sense of vulnerability to others knowing more than you would feel comfortabl…e knowing can be taken care of, metaphorically, unconsciously, in the dream state, by taking control of the situation and stopping it abruptly (e.g. cutting the head off ... gaining control over a potentially psychologically scary, threatening or vulnerable situation). Contemplating this dream, in the context of an important relationship, or just family, friends, coworkers, and the like, can provide further insight regarding this kind of dream. The gold standard of dream interpretation is to allow yourself to come up with your own interpretation, influenced as little as possible by others (even psychologists and therapists!). ( Full Answer )
If the fish is still alive, it means that you have very poor water quality and need to change it immediately. You should be changing at least 50% of the water in a properly stocked tank that is 10 gallons or bigger, and 75% to 100% of the water if you are using under 10 gallons every single week.
Yes, your dog can eat fish heads While there isn't alot of meat there is eyes and brains that are good for their diet.
It will usually at first get white discoloration then start fraying. for medication look online at beta sites
"To smell a rat" means to feel strongly that there is something suspicious, underhanded or illegal going on around you.
Everyone says no but personally I think they are very tasty. Snakeheads have a very clean flavor and are really tender, plus there is alot of meat on them compared to other fish. Trick with the sneakheads is after you clean them do not soak them in water for some reason it make the fleash turn into …a cotton texture. So fry them up or freeze them in a ziplock bag without water. Anyway just my 2 cents. ( Full Answer )
There isn't really a name but fish like Angler Fish, Viperfish, etc. have light on its head
Do a 75% water change to get rid of the bacteria causing the fungus, and then get the required medicine from your local pet store.
The hammerhead sharks are a group of sharks in the family Sphyrnidae, so named for the unusual and distinctive structure of their heads, which are flattened and laterally extended into a "hammer" shape called a "cephalofoil".
because they feel like it-- GOSH HA HA that was pretty much from napoleon dynamite, my FAVORITE movie I DUNNO
Nasty as this dream might be, it is nothing more than a metaphor highlighting some problem or mess that the dreamer needs to clean up. Something left unfinished, or the residue of some sort of canceled project or "dead" effort is causing a "stink;" that is, ruining the working/living environment. Th…e "corpse" might even be an old relationship that the dreamer refuses to admit is "dead." It's time to stop pretending, face reality and bury the past. ( Full Answer )
Either somebody has a hatred of fish or someone does not like you very much
it means that in the show on the salamander tank has the 2 heads you find hint:click the things on the tank
Rot is not a root word. You may have confused it for rog which means to ask.
Sort of, but not in the way a cold spreads. The most typical reason for fin rot is usually a water quality issue, so any fish in the same tank could potentially have the same problem. Make sure that you are changing at least 50% of the water each week, twice a week or more if your tank is overstoc…ked. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the health of the fish prior to infection and rather the water conditions that caused the problem have been corrected. Anywhere from a few days to over a week, but they will not survive if corrective isn't taken.
The acronym ROT can mean many things. It could mean "right on time", "Republic of Turkey", "radar-only tactic", "registered orthopedic technologist", or "radar on target".
Bettas have been bread to have beautiful colors. In the wild theyare quite dull. So the spot may be a coloration of your Betta. Ifit is a bump and not just a color change, it may be a benign cyst.