If you’ve ever been to an aquarium, you know that there are thousands of fish species in the world. Tropical fish come in all shapes, sizes, and colors.
Which would you use to equip your aquarium?
All are very beautiful but not all fish for your aquarium. You must be distinct from the fish you have prepared. Here are some tips to help you choose the right mix.
Get to know your fish – your aquarium will be a colorful work of art. However, each fish is different, just like other types of pets have different temperaments. Fish books can give you a glimpse of thin, hearty, and saltwater fish species. Now when you go to the pet store, you know the types of fish you want for your home.
Is the fish healthy? Buying fish, especially tropical fish, is an investment. As such, it is best to go to a reputable fish farmer or pet store. These people have the knowledge you need to make the right choices for your aquarium. What are you looking for? If fish have discoloration outside of their natural pigmentation, don’t buy them. Fish with white spots are more likely to be sick. Fish that appear aggressive or aggressive towards other fish in the aquarium will certainly do the same with the other fish in your aquarium.
Saltwater or freshwater – We talked a little bit about it, but we will deepen it here. Freshwater fish are cheaper. You can start fishing for less. Saltwater fish are more expensive and require maintenance. Maintaining the temperature, salinity, pH, and bacteria at an appropriate level requires continuous monitoring in the saltwater environment. Freshwater fish can be warmer and resist conditions that other fish cannot handle.
Fish size – Tropical fish are available in several sizes. They can start an inch long, but fish grow like any other animal species. She may be small and cute now, but she will grow big and cute later. A problem in the tropical pond is the abundance of fish for the size of the pond. Buy fish given its size. In this case, less is more.
Fish food – not all fish eat pellets. Some people like hot dishes like worms. New fish (larvae) eat their own food until they are big enough to eat what you feed the rest of your fish. If you don’t want food to ruin your budget, choose a simple-tasting fish.
Before investing in tropical fish, know what to look for when choosing a species.