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Correct Feeding Of Aquarium Fish

Let’s say you have a aquarium and live fish, their good development and reproduction will be real only when complete and varied feeding. The ideal food for all aquarium fish is that fish consume in the wild. In their natural habitat, different species of fish eat different food based on the age, habitat conditions.

Different fish species fed plant food, other animals, others can absorb both animal and plant food.

In nature it is extremely rare to see as the fish is feeding.

As mentioned above, the nature of the food fishes are divided into three types: carnivorous, herbivorous and carnivorous. Herbivorous fish is a fish – vegetarians. They prefer a diet of aquatic plants. The second type of fish – carnivorous – they eat invertebrates. Well, the predatory fish feed on smaller species of fish and animals. But even herbivorous fish do not stop occasionally feed on small fish species.

Juveniles of different species of fish begin to feed in the period from several days to several weeks from the time of hatching from their eggs. Food becomes a variety of microorganisms, for example the smallest algae, protozoa aquatic organisms. After a while, stronger fish eat the crustaceans. Only poslevoennogo maturation or the fish becomes herbivorous, or carnivorous, or predatory. Continue reading

Predatory aquarium fish

Quote: “Who wants to live must fight. And who doesn’t want to resist in this world
eternal struggle, he has no right to life”.
Dear reader, this article focuses on the predators freshwater aquarium. Online wanders a lot of tall tales on the subject, to the extent that Angelfish is fierce predators of the aquarium.
Therefore, before to lay out our selection of predatory fish, let us define the concepts.
All animals can be divided into carnivores and herbivores:
CARNIVOROUS – those who feed exclusively on meat.
HERBIVORES are those who eat only plants.
Now it is worth noting the fact that in nature is very rare to find a PREDATORY ANIMAL that eats only meat. For example, cats! Cats are predators, but all the happy owners of Barsik and Murzik know that their Pets love to chew grass and house plants.
Same situation is with fish. In a huge aquarium the Kingdom very hard to find “fish masueco”. Perhaps that would not. Do not renounce, but in the diet of all aquarium fishes includes both plant and animal food.
From the above we can conclude – PREDATORY AQUARIUM FISH in the true sense of the word does not exist. Speaking of chasnosti fish most likely appropriate the word aggression. But aggression has its own trick question – after all, even guppies exhibit intraspecific aggression, although predators they by no means pull. Continue reading

Clown Fish

Appearance-size: Ocellaris this edition has a orange body color with three white vertical stripes on the body and black tips on the fins. In nature can reach up to 10 cm, but in the marine aquarium rarely grow more than 5-7 cm

Habitat: Anemonae fish live on coral reefs depth up to 15 m in the waters of the Eastern Indian ocean and Western Pacific ocean. In the natural environment of the coral reef, and marine aquariums anemonae fish exist in symbiosis with Actinia (sea anemones) Heteractis magnifica, Stichodatyla gigantean and Stichodatyla mertensii.

Compatibility with reef aquarium: Clown Ocellaris is a peaceful fish, not aggressive to other fish, not touching corals and invertebrates, so it’s perfect for all kinds of marine aquariums.

Aquarium volume: the Recommended volume tank of 80 litres, but in practice, these fish are kept in pairs in small aquariums with a volume of 30L where they feel good if you maintain good water quality. Continue reading

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