I have heard my fill of fish stories. Is there no honest fishermen? This and another article about him lead me to believe no. Can we just be real for a moment. The one that got away is always the largest fish known to man. Why can’t we produce a quick picture of bring the fish home? Is it better in the telling? I guess so. The next time you go fishing and have no luck spare me the one that got away story. Come on, do the big ones always get away? Just tuck your tail and admit that you are a terrible fisherman and couldn’t cat a gold fish in a bowl.
Welcome to the blog o’ fish to learn of all things fish. Here we will discuss fish, fish breeding, where to buy your fish and how to care for your fish in your fish tanks. Fish are a class of aquatic vertebrates and that is what largely separates them from other animals. These creatures are a unique design consisting of gills, fins and the fact that they live only in the water make fish different and more interesting to learn more about. Scientists believe that there are more than 24,000 different species of fish in the world.
Fish breed in two different ways. Those ways are egglaying and livebearing. A few fish that breed through livebearing are guppies, Siamese fighters, angels and Neon tetras. Livebearing fish are fish that retain the eggs inside the body and give birth, much like mammals.
To buy fish, there are fish markets all over the Internet, but Reefs2Go has shown to be the best in the competition. Everything in the online store is organized and categorized neatly, accurately and navigating the site is so easy.
Just because your home is safe doesn’t mean fish are healthy. Taking care of their home is a large part of another part time job. Your aquarium is a delicately balanced ecosystem that depends on the nitrogen cycle. The cycle helps generate good bacteria fish need to stay healthy and it breaks down the unhealthy elements in the water. Critical to the health and survival of your fish, this cycle is a vital part of every aquarium.
There are tons of fish sites out there with plenty of options, but how many of them have copepods to add to your collection? In fact, for those that do not know, what are copepods? Basically they are small groups of crustacean (like crabs, lobsters, etc.) parasites that can be found in just about every habitable freshwater environment and they are so SMALL!
Copepods make the perfect food for your fish rather than feeding them some man-made pellets from a bottle. You can get copepods for under $50 at Reefs2Go and your fish will be healthier, happier and probably thank you for it.
Maybe you want to be a breeder instead of a fish feeder. Ignore the rhyme, it will save time. Copepods are able to be bred and even harvested! There are so many more details that go into keeping Copeopods as pets and that’s the neat thing about them, they have multiple uses.
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