How do I raise ornamental fish?

Ornamental fish breeding

 

Suitable ornamental fish species

Some types of ornamental fish are more popular than others when you want to raise them. This is due to the fact that they are more able to tolerate differences in water chemistry compared to others, in addition to the fact that they do not need to heat the water in which they live. The so-called Siamese fighting fish (in English: Siamese fighting fish), and other species also include angel fish and (Achilles tang) fish.

 

Feeding ornamental fish

Ornamental fish naturally feed on dry crusty food in the case of fish that need a greater proportion of protein, while vegetarian fish need food similar to chips to provide a greater proportion of plant components, and there are many different types and brands, so it is advisable to make sure to buy the best quality, as well.

It is recommended to use several different types and foods in feeding and switch between them every time the fish are fed. To ensure that they are provided with a balanced diet, and on the other hand, it is necessary to take into account not to be extravagant in feeding the fish and to be satisfied with a little of it so that the fish can finish their meal within five minutes; This is to prevent water pollution and kill fish.

It is worth noting to be careful not to buy fish food in large quantities if you do not have a large group of fish; This is because fish food begins to lose its nutritional value as soon as the package is opened

 

 

Other fish care tips

 

The following points address some of the guidelines that help in caring for ornamental fish:

  • Fish needs vary from space and water volume to different types, so it is necessary to consult an expert about these needs.
  • Treat tap water well before using it as a habitat for fish; To ensure that it does not contain chlorine and other chemicals.
  • Check the water’s acidity (ph) on a weekly basis after the first month.
  • Use an air pump to provide oxygen.
  • Use a filter to purify the water from fish waste and small waste. Some plants can also be used to help in this task and to provide a side food source for fish.
  • Monitor the water temperature to be within the appropriate range according to the type of fish, and use water heaters and thermometers to monitor it and maintain its stability.

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