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Fish House Keeping fish happy in Saltwater Aquariums



If you plan to have a saltwater fish house you need to learn how to keep inhabitants happy or they’ll die from stress-related problems.

Some fishes are simply to keep than others as they adapt well to captivity. Many others are not good for those novice fish house owners and are best avoided.

No one unless they’re proven experts and live in a house without kids or pets should put dangerous fish lips in their aquarium. Electric eels, catfish, and piranha are just a few of the varieties you’d avoid.

Sea Bass is quite famous for custom water tanks because they’re very beautiful. They’re relatively simple to maintain also with the main concern being their eventual size. They’ll also eat smaller fish so be careful who you house with them.

Lionfish are very fascinating to look at but need to be handled with a lot of care as their sharp spines can cause a serious injury. These types of fish normally demand to be fed live meals so unless you can maintain this regularly you might want to purchase those that have been trained to accept deal food.

As with Sea Bass, if you put these in the tank with smaller fish the latter will end as dinner. A few fishes found in salt-water aquariums bury themselves in send so should not be in your tank unless you have the sand in place.

These would include jawfish that like to borrow in the sand but are also famous to jump out of the tank if the cover is not secure.

If you fancy a boxfish ensure that the other inhabitants are friendly or this fish species will release its harmful mucus, therefore, killing off most of the other inhabitants of the aquarium. 

One of the main problems with salt-water aquariums is the fact that fish are made for the Deep Ocean and therefore natural protection can lead to their death in captivity.


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