At about 6-7 months old
Although it may well be possible to keep one for a short time (1"of fish NEEDS 1 gal of water)I believe it is cruel to keep any fish in a 'fish bowl'. Even a Betta.
I don't know ALL the fish that eat algae, but the number one fish is probably the plecosthamus, or pleco. (I'm not sure if I spelled "plecosthamus right or not.) Plecos range from about 1" to 14". I had a pleco once...
I have read reports of them living for 8 years or so.
Some tropical fish come from hardwater areas (African Rift Lakes Cichlids for example), whereas other fish come from soft water areas (Amazon River Basin fish - most tetras, angelfish, a lot of other fish). Many others come from intermediately hard water areas, for example barbs and rainbows. The best solution in a community tank is to go for moderate hardness, as it will best accomodate most species.
Well, they have to be mature also, which is about a few years of age.
well a shark is a fish so the bullshark can come into this group.
if you want a fish like a stereotypical fish then it would probably mean certain death to most fish as only 2% of fish are known to live in both
if you want to no what these 2%are then i do not know but you can do more reaserch if you wish
like your mom (very funny...) A parrot fish looks alot like a rainbow, it has alot of neon types of colors on it and pretty big and fat. They have alot of blue and a light green on them. Freshwater parrot fish just has one color that's neon like again, Usually pink, blue, green, yellow, ect.
They need to be fully grown, regularly fed live food to get them in condition and in a minimum sized tank of 50 Gallons. You will need at least 10x 100 gallon tanks to rear the youngster properly.
Freswater fish are fish that live in fresh water, or not salt water. Some examples are trout like the brook, brown, cutthroat, tiger, golden, lake, rainbow, and splake. Certain Bass are freshwater too, smallmouth,largemouth, rock, Roanoke.
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.
Due to warming waters from global warming.
coral must have a certain temperature to live in.
Too hot or too cold ,the coral dies and turns white.
The white is the result of its skeleton, its also known as "bleaching".
When the coral dies so does the micro organisms which flourish in biosyntheses among the reef.
Among these organisms are the parrot fish food source, with out the food source the parrot fish die off.
rule of thumb is 1 inch per gallon but it depends, If your planning on filling your tank with small guppies or tetras,zebra fish or any small thin fish you can get away with more but if your dealing with gold fish,barbs,mollies or any bigger fish i would stick with the rule and dont listen to local pet stores if they seem to be pushing them on you. their more concerned with making sales then seeing you succeed
well im not entirely sure but i don't belive any freshwater fish are easy to breed. I would not recomend breeding fish unless you do the proper research. you have to know what your doing. if you already did your research the find a breed that you like and breed um up.
Downhill ski poles...oh how they are often misused in skiing. The purpose of your ski poles is to help provide balance. However, you don't lean on the them or rely on them too much. Ski balance should originate from your core abdominal muscles, buttocks, and legs. How you place your shoulders while skiing makes a difference as well. You want to keep your shoulders square to the hill or in other words, facing the bottom of the hill. You plant your ski pole as you are initiating a turn. You plant one ski pole at a time. For example, you plant your left ski pole as you are turning to the left. And vice versa - you plant your right ski pole as you are turning to the right. Do not lift your ski pole high in the air. This is a waste of time and energy. Instead quickly and smoothly plant it into the ground and remove it at the completion of your turn.
To keep a good balance give them a high quality flake food or pellet everyday. Feed brine shrimp (either live or frozen) or blood worms as a treat. You can even feed them lettuce or spinach. Feed mosquito larvae sparingly as they will tend to overeat it, which could kill them.
Angelfish eat the average fish food. If you have a fish store near you, go and ask a employee to direct you to the fish food section. And you will probably find a can of fish food with an Angelfish on it. Good luck!
Angelfish are omnivorous, but in captivity they should be fed a variety of flakes, pellets and frozen food.
flake food,pellet,brine shrimp,blood worms,lettuce,spinach,mosquito
They are omnivorous; so they eat algae, zooplankton, and small crustaceans and fish.
it eats pelets and flakes flake fish food. the plants in their environment
Some babies live off a mucus the mother excretes or secretes, some babies are born with their own yolk sacs, and many are just on their own from birth.
Many fish that do so, such as salmon, move between these environments at a slow pace. Many fish are adapted to live in either condition but that change can occur. Higher concentrations of salt would cause a freshwater fish to become dehydrated and eventually die. Fresh water would affect salt water fish by bloating. Water is used to balance the effects of salt but when salt water fish are introduced to fresh water quickly that balance is upset and thus, we have a high amount of water, bloating.
Fresh water fish do have scales. There are some exceptions, like catfish, but most fresh water fish have scales.
because they have high nutrient levels
Those white things are poop or a your turtle could have a desease and possibly if you have a boy and girl turtle together it could be a baby forming.
probably not btw: there is no such thing as a "nemotad" but there is a worm phlym called nematoda and roundworms are just a way of describeing members of that phylum
Red Gills are not neccessarily a sign of problems. It all depends on many things. However, if your fish is showing signs of rapid breathing, dashing around the tank, scratching against objects in the tank etc, then your fish may well have a problem. There are many propritry brands and treatments available in pet shops for gill flukes. Just follow directions if required.
Sharks live in salt water because they need the nutrients in there. They can live in fresh water but, they would soon die. they have evolved to be neutrally bouyant in the water and would sink faster in freshwater. molly