• Can anyone name the most dangerous fish?

    9 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Will eating fish harm the environment?

    Best answer: No, but over feeding them can. Fish can be farm raised for food. Obviously, that doesn’t harm the environment. But, that doesn’t mean people can’t over fish the ocean. But, fishing and eating are two different things. Over feeding fish, on the other hand, can also be a problem. In aquariums and ponds, it creates... show more
    Best answer: No, but over feeding them can.

    Fish can be farm raised for food. Obviously, that doesn’t harm the environment. But, that doesn’t mean people can’t over fish the ocean. But, fishing and eating are two different things.

    Over feeding fish, on the other hand, can also be a problem. In aquariums and ponds, it creates an imbalance of biochemistry that could kill the fish. It probably won’t happen very easily in the ocean, but not all fish are in the ocean.
    7 answers · 4 hours ago
  • How do I get rid of unwanted fish?

    I have 6 zebra danios, 2 dwarf gouramis, and 3 glass catfish in a 20 gallon long tank. I want to get rid of 2 danios, 1 gourami, and all catfish.
    I have 6 zebra danios, 2 dwarf gouramis, and 3 glass catfish in a 20 gallon long tank. I want to get rid of 2 danios, 1 gourami, and all catfish.
    6 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Is it safe to do a water change every week?

    I am planning on starting fresh water and saltwater aquariums, and was wondering if it is safe to do a water change every week or would that be too frequent?
    I am planning on starting fresh water and saltwater aquariums, and was wondering if it is safe to do a water change every week or would that be too frequent?
    4 answers · 16 hours ago
  • How do fish swim with their eyes open?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Getting a comet goldfish, tell me everything!)?

    Best answer: They are social, prefer to be in a group . Grow to 12-15 inches, do better in a pond then a tank. Ideally a tank would be no les the 48 inches long , and still wont really be large enough for them permanently.
    How about fancy goldfish?
    maybe try 3 ranchos in a 55 gallon?
    Best answer: They are social, prefer to be in a group . Grow to 12-15 inches, do better in a pond then a tank. Ideally a tank would be no les the 48 inches long , and still wont really be large enough for them permanently.
    How about fancy goldfish?
    maybe try 3 ranchos in a 55 gallon?
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can fish smell?

    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can I keep Cory Catfish with Fancy Guppies?

    I heard that Cory Catfish have different water conditions than Guppies. They have a different water hardness level? Also I heard that they get stressed being kept on their own? I am a complete beginner. I want to get a 50 gallon tank and fill it with x2 Cory Catfish and x5 Guppies? Is that too many? Will the... show more
    I heard that Cory Catfish have different water conditions than Guppies. They have a different water hardness level? Also I heard that they get stressed being kept on their own? I am a complete beginner. I want to get a 50 gallon tank and fill it with x2 Cory Catfish and x5 Guppies? Is that too many? Will the cories be ok in a pair? I’m getting all males cause I don’t want babies BTW.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Should I add salt to my fish tank of guppies?

    Best answer: You should not add salt to your fish tank of guppies. You can add salt to a guppy tank, and in some cases (depending on existing water parameters) it is beneficial to do so. That being said, without existing parameters and a treatment plan that includes measured doses of salt at regular intervals, adding salt willy... show more
    Best answer: You should not add salt to your fish tank of guppies. You can add salt to a guppy tank, and in some cases (depending on existing water parameters) it is beneficial to do so. That being said, without existing parameters and a treatment plan that includes measured doses of salt at regular intervals, adding salt willy nilly could end up doing more harm than good. Guppies are a versatile fish and if they seem healthy and/or the water parameters are in a healthy window then the risks of overdosing salt outweigh the potential benefits of adding it.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • 60 gallon community fish recommendations?

    the fish I have tried and they have all worked out are red-eyed tetra, silver dollar, Colombian red/blue tetra, glowlight tetra, gourami, guppy, molly, swordtail, platy, corycatfish, neon tetra, zebra danio, cherry barb, black neon tetra, serape tetra, white fin rosy tetra and I think that's it, but I want ANY... show more
    the fish I have tried and they have all worked out are red-eyed tetra, silver dollar, Colombian red/blue tetra, glowlight tetra, gourami, guppy, molly, swordtail, platy, corycatfish, neon tetra, zebra danio, cherry barb, black neon tetra, serape tetra, white fin rosy tetra and I think that's it, but I want ANY other tetra/loach/other fish recommendations that will be peaceful and that will work in a 60 gallon, I was thinking I would eventually try clown loaches (and yes I am aware how big they get) (and I would not put them with tetras) by the way speaking of them how long does it take them to reach there full size? I was also thinking about trying rainbow fish, but I want to try any tetra I possibly can (of course that's peaceful) so PLEASE as many other tetra recommendations as you can think of, I want to try whatever I can, can angelfish go with the tetras I listed? Do they get along with silver dollars? what fish have you had the best luck with? Please answer asap
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Seamonkeys won't hatch???

    I got sea monkeys for my son over the weekend, and it's winter, and cold in his room. He put in the eggs the other day, and they still haven't hatched. Is the room too cold for them? He has done everything the paper told him to, but it still might be too cold for the lil buggers. Please help - I don't... show more
    I got sea monkeys for my son over the weekend, and it's winter, and cold in his room. He put in the eggs the other day, and they still haven't hatched. Is the room too cold for them? He has done everything the paper told him to, but it still might be too cold for the lil buggers. Please help - I don't want to have to buy another kit. Thanks.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • What do neon tetra fish eat?

    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can a young girl at 13 legally face consequences for mistreating aquatic animals?

    A girl posts videos of herself adding harmful liquids to fish tanks, torturing fish with utensils, and deliberately putting two bettas together. Many people report her for misusing social media, but she comes back. There haven't been laws against abusing or neglecting these creatures in the past. Fish still... show more
    A girl posts videos of herself adding harmful liquids to fish tanks, torturing fish with utensils, and deliberately putting two bettas together. Many people report her for misusing social media, but she comes back. There haven't been laws against abusing or neglecting these creatures in the past. Fish still ought to have loving owners who give them the basic needs. This girl purposely posts abusive content online to gain attention. She enjoys seeing how people react to her actions. I usually don't say anything - just report her for spam and abuse. Her videos are gaining publicity in a bad way. Can certain authorities deal with this child or her parents if they see what's going on?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Accidentally put 1/2 teaspoon of Baking Powder in 8 gallon aquarium.?

    BP ingredients: Monocalcium phosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Cornstarch. I removed my Betta quickly. Water is a bit cloudy. Will he be OK? Should I do a partial water change?
    BP ingredients: Monocalcium phosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Cornstarch. I removed my Betta quickly. Water is a bit cloudy. Will he be OK? Should I do a partial water change?
    6 answers · 1 week ago