Not necessarily. It is cloudy because you have not cleaned the filter, added the proper amounts of chemicals, filtered long enough, added too much algaecide or other chemicals, over use - too many people in the pool, not rinsing yourself off before entering the pool -- all of the above and more.....
Yes, mangrove trees do, and there are others as well.
clear, if your water is cloudy then you might want to check your filter
beacue its not healthy for them
All trees require water but trees in the desert have adapted to live on limited water resources.
they live from soil water and the sun
No, they live under water bro.
They live in water not trees.
They live in the trees, on land, and in water
they live in the water
Yes, but be prepared for some cloudy water.
Neither. They may live in or around woodland, but not up trees, and certainly not in caves.
Cobras live on the ground, in trees and in water
frogs live in water and toads live in trees
Fish can live in all types of water, depending on what species they are. Hope this helps! Also, if it is a fresh-water fish it should not be placed in that type of water in the first place.
land, water, and trees.
No! They live on the ground
Gorillas live in trees and in forests primarily.
There are a number of animals that live around sugar maple trees. The common animals include rabbits, squirrels and deer.
No. Crocodiles are in a group by themselves - they are very large reptiles that live in and around bodies of water. Geckos are very small lizards that usually live in trees.
Bald eagles live in mountain areas and scrub oak regions so they are in and around pine trees and oak trees. They often nest in the highest area of a tree and near water.
They are bred and live in the bark of trees. They feed on flowering trees/shrubs such as crepe myrtles etc; they are drawn to still water to include pool water.
yes, some snakes like tree snakes do live in trees but others also live in grass, water and other inhabitants