Plastic Fish

By · Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Plastic Fish

Fish Habitat

  1. Select the size of the aquarium carefully. A tank of 10 liters is a good size for starters, although the bigger the tank, the easier it is to care. Keep the fish population within reasonable limits. Allow at least one gallon of water per inch of fish, one expert says you must have only one big fish or tow or three small fish in a 10 gallon tank.
  2. For the aquarium you need: a bell with a light, a heater, a thermometer, a filter, air pump, a gang valve, airline tubing, gravel, a fishing net, conditioner food and water.
  3. To set up the tank: (1) rinse with tap water, (2) to collect, filter and put gravel in the tank, (3) washing the gravel (but not soap or detergent) and add in the tank (4) creating an air pump, air tube connecting the air filter and mother in the gang valve, (5) pour in water and put water conditioner (in amount directed on package), (6) established the heater, but do not connect for 15 minutes.
  4. To enter fish: the place of the plastic bag containing the fish on top water tank for several minutes. Then open the bag, but leave fish there for a couple more minutes before removing it.
  5. About one fifth of the water should be changed once a month.

Aquariums freshwater fish not tropical

  1. Fish in aquariums are easier to care for the fish in aquariums of tropical fish freshwater, but the initial investment is lower.
  2. You can buy bowls of beer in size to two gallons.
  3. The water is at room temperature so it can increase only goldfish or Siamese fighting fish.
  4. Siamese fighting fish to be raised alone. You can put a goldfish in a bowl small, up to three in one big.
  5. Change the water twice a week. The night before you change it, let the new water sit so the chlorine dissipates.

Two generals and don'ts

  1. In the first month, test the water every day, after that week. The water temperature of around 74F, it works for most fish.
  2. Do not put the aquarium in direct sun, use a fluorescent light the tank.
  3. Do not overfeed the fish. Feed them once a day, only the amount of food they will eat in about 30 seconds. Otherwise food and material from the fish begin to break down and create toxic byproducts. You can buy feeder slow-release tablets for when you are away.
  4. If the fish get sick, take them to the pet store. Take small fish in a half-full jar of mayonnaise. Take big fish in trash can liners half full of water in a bucket of five gallons; blow some air into the bags. Also take a sample of tank water (3-4 oz).

This article has been submitted in affiliation with http://www.PetLovers.Com/ which is a site for Pets.

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