The outside temperature should be the should be the same temperature as the outside.
the water must be room temperture. Or the fish will be to hot or cold. My friend had a Goldfish and put him in cold water and he froze to death. ROOM TEMPERTURE
Most fish in the pet industry are warm water fish and should be kept around 76 degrees. Goldfish and a few other species are cold water fish.
they get cold
No. The temperature variation will kill one or the other. (Too warm for cold water fish, too cold for tropical fish)
The temperature affects the motbolism of the fish if it is used to warm water the fishes motbolism is faster however some fish have evolved to live in cold water so their motabolism is faster in cold water but if you were to put a fish that was used to warm water in cold water they would die.
All fish, including mud fish, are cold blooded, as there body temperature changes with the temperature of the water.
The warm water fish could go into hyper drive and their little hearts beat so fast and can die. Cold water fish have no problems with very cold water.
The temperature of the water depends upon the species of fish you wish to keep. Cold water fish should be not much warmer than around 60F and Tropical fish vary from as low as 65F up to 85F depending on species.
they will do their best in room temperature water
Cold water fish like gold fish prefer water in the range of 64-68. Warm water fish like guppies like 70-74 and can be even higher.
like you keep a tropical water fish only you should provide it cold water instead warm water.
Unlike tropical fish, goldfish enjoy cold water, so room temperature (68° -- 75°) is fine.
difference in salt and temperature tolerance.
Almost ALL fish are cold blooded. That means they are the same temperature as the water they swim in.
because it has something to do with there body`s the water has to be at a certain temperature or the fish will die sorry :(
Goldfish are "coldwater fish" their comfortable temperature range is 55F to 70F. The stimulus to make them breed is when the temperature rises to over 65F.A gold fish needs cold water.
It should have good water (warm) not too hot or not too cold, and a good temperature.
A betta fish should not be in water colder than 72F
In the case of the rare fish that must have water below a specific temperature there are water coolers (refridgeration units) available commercially. its called a chiller & they are rather expensive. if you have fish that require low temperature you will require one or death is immanent
Fish are cold-blooded so their body heat change with the temperature of the water.
Seahorses are fish and are cold blooded. Cold blooded animals are the same temperature as the air or water around them. So whatever temperature the water is where you see the seahorse, that's the temperature of the seahorse.
Yes. They can still survive in the cold though.