Published at Friday, January 19th 2018. by rudolf in Fish Tank.
Now it is time for patience. The biggest mistake that most people make with a fish tank set up it is not cycling the tank properly. Your fish will be living in their own toilet. Their waste together with any uneaten food will rot and create Ammonia which is poisonous to them. So you need to allow the nitrogen cycle to establish fully before adding any fish. There are several ways of speeding this up but I find the household ammonia method the quickest and easiest.
So now that you have read this article you can move forward into the fine details as in how to set up a fish tank.
That small fish tank can give you all that you want from a pet without the liability of having a pet. Fish can be trained just as well as any other pet -- they recognize you and they do small somersaults when they see you coming close to the aquarium. Goldfish can live up to 10 years in the aquarium.
Stop researching the subject and get started! Starting a fish tank set up neednt be difficult. There is an enormous amount of information on the world wide web about setting up fish tanks and it can all seem a bit too much when you first start looking into it. There are probably half a dozen things that you need to think about when you do your fish tank set up. If you get those right, youll be able to learn the rest as you go along, so stop worrying, make some decisions and start enjoying your first fish tank.
When you are ready to add fish to your new tank try adding just a few at a time. Youll bring them home from the store in a plastic bag filled with water. Float this bag, still sealed, on top of the tank until the water temperature in the bag matches the water temperature of the tank. This may take several hours. Dont rush. When the water temperatures are the same you can carefully undo the bag. Let the fish swim out of the bag by themselves before removing the bag.
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