Aquarium Decoration

By · Thursday, April 16th, 2009

Aquarium Decoration

Here are some interesting facts about goldfish that you can not already known:

Goldfish natively live in ponds and other still or slow motion of bodies in water depths up to 20 meters (65 feet). Their native climate is subtropical and tropical regions that live in fresh water with a pH of 6.0? 8.0, preferably pH 7.5, water hardness of 5.0? 19.0 dGH, and a temperature range of 40 to F 90 * (4 to 41 ° C) although it could not long survive temperatures high. Goldfish not as bowls, while human beings that the cups are cute. Put him in a tank with a compatible companion goldfish.

Fish Species colors are the most versatile and beautiful fish that are kept as pets today, and for the amateur Fishkeeping, something to offer for everyone. No matter what level of experience that may have Fishkeeping, the goldfish may suit your needs. Goldfish need room to swim. They may get caught between or below the decorations. Goldfish need green foods occasionally to help digest food better.

Goldfish are cold blooded, so their metabolic rate depends on water temperature. Do not feed below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Goldfish can not be mixed with tropical fish, and indeed not even a good idea to mix them with other fish. Most catfish (ie Plecos) that can be maintained in cold water too large to keep in the tank and are a danger to goldfish. Goldfish are diggers and will scatter the fine sand to the road, injuring plants thinner and less resilient. Roots and well-rounded river rocks are a nice addition the aquarium.

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Check out my latest article on choosing an aquarium background.

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