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how big is your tank? iig greater than about 20 gal, you probably need a higher wattage heater.
BTW 90 degrees is very hot for fish

Cobalt Aquatics... | Answered 2 days ago

this link shows many venturi. Basically a venturi is a narrowing of the diameter of a pipe followed by a an increase in the diameter

Fish | Answered 2 days ago

Lets hope she doesn't grow fins and scales

Fish | Answered 2 days ago

to remove, push starter ;in slightly and rotate it counter-clockwise a few degrees and pull it out. putting one in is the reverse

Perfecto... | Answered 2 days ago

this link has a good explanation

Fish | Answered 2 days ago

This link has a good explanation. Not doing water changes during the first few weeks after setting up a new aquarium (while the bacteria for the nitrogen cycle get established) has led to a lot of disjointed beginners

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go to this link to find stuff about cheetahs

Fish | Answered 2 days ago

it doesn't need to go on the tank at all. Put it wherever you want and run air tubing to the item(s) in the aquarium

Penn-Plax 10... | Answered 2 days ago

leave the heater unplugged in the aquarium in for several hours.Then plug it in briefly and see if the neon bulb lights up (sort of an orange color). If it is on, turn the temp set knob counter clockwise until it goes out. Then turn the knob clockwise slowly until the light comes on again. Now your heater is set for approximately the current temp of the aquarium water. Now adjust the knob in very small increments, waiting hours between adjustments until the water is at the temp you want.

Fluval Hagen M50... | Answered 2 days ago

yes, when they are in light

Fish | Answered 2 days ago

they din't sell gravel by the ton, but by the cubic yard
you will need

Fish | Answered 2 days ago

you will need 0.605 cubic yards for each inch of depth you want in a 14ft by14ft area

Fish | Answered 2 days ago

I do not recommend feeding your fish anything other thanfish food. Fish food is specificallydesigned to be nutritious and digestible to fish. You cannot say the same about any otheranimals' food. If you are out of fishfood, you can feed fish soggy bread crumbs for up to 24 hours before theyrequire something more substantial.b>

Fish | Answered on Jun 12, 2017

yes, bosa fish is good to eat. It is safe to consume in chilled form not frozen.

Fish | Answered on Jun 01, 2017

Basa fish is a type of cat fish and is perfectly fine to eat.

Fish | Answered on May 24, 2017

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