07-13-2012, 01:42 PM #11
That was some project you took on for sure. But I think anything that calls for living things in it should be considered first as to how many gallons is required for it to have a life instead of making something and then trying to make a living thing fit into that space.
Fish are only shipped in Walmart dixie cups. That is not their permanent home. They come from a home shown below.
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07-13-2012, 01:56 PM #12Junior Member Guppy
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Thats a cool lookin beta fish farm, but i understand about the living conditions of fish and dont want to harm them... im a marine biologist so i know a thing or 2 :) but not big into fresh water
07-13-2012, 02:02 PM #13
The same thing applies really. Fish need enough space for them to move around and enough water volume so that dissolved waste does not build up very quickly
07-13-2012, 02:11 PM #14
That's not a fish farm but their natural environment. It ways amazes me that people think it's fine for them to come from this environment and then think they are blissfully happy in a bowl of water.....AND then want to add a bunch of "friends" for them to share that tiny space with.
It always gives me a "roll my eyes moment." LOL
I can't think of anything for your space but perhaps an apple snail and not sure even that would be approperate. Three shrimp would turn into 30 so I don't even find them suitable.
Just my nickles worth here.
07-13-2012, 02:19 PM #15
Great idea, just like the saying - The best laid schemes o mice an men gang aft agley.
Translation for non Scotts - plan like we may often our end result is not what we had hoped forMy therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .