well basically the temperature in fresh water can be any
It depends on the what the climate or weater is
there is specifc answer to this I just cant remember it
but for futher help try googleing it
or try and go to the national geographic website that always helps like a question for this
A freshwater marsh
I think its about 20F to about 60F.
NO it's not because of the temperature in that are
55.875 degrees F
In a freshwater marsh, the type of weather can vary depending on the specific location and season of this biome. For example, freshwater marshes or wetlands found in Florida, the tropic zone, and the Arabian Peninsula can have different temperature ranges. However, in summer months, the average temperature in this biome type can vary between 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. In winter, the average temperature range can be between 35 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Freshwater marshes also have wet seasons.
The amount of light.APEX
Factors that limit aquatic life are - Temperature - Access to sunlight - Dissolved oxygen concentrations - Availability of nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus
Moray eels live in kelp forests in warm temperature or lakes full of water grasses like thick freshwater algae forests. For some of you asking do moray eels live in freshwater? Yes they do. Freshwater moray eels.
No; guppies are tropical freshwater fish and should be kept at a temperature of 77-82F.
The salt acts as a catalyst which prevents the water from boiling at the lower temperature.
I've had many freshwater fish and room temperature seems to work. with tropical fish you may need a heater but not with goldfish.
because the ocean has salt in it rather than freshwater lake Because fresh water on the surface of a lake is frozen. Under similar conditions, salt water is not frozen.