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Lionfish Care - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-04
Lionfish Care  -  proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant
Raising lion fish as pets is not as difficult as we think, as long as you are careful with these toxic species.
The lionfish is a toxic species belonging to the scor family, typically characterized by striped bodies and an elegant flowing thoracic fin.
Their stripes are white, yellow, orange, red, chestnut, brown, navy green and black.
Lion fish are sometimes well known by other names, such as scorpion fish, turkey fish and fire fish.
Coral reefs and rock cracks native to India
In the Pacific Ocean, lion fish are found in almost all marine areas, including the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean today.
While raising lion fish as a pet is a challenge, many amateurs do raise lion fish at the aquarium.
After all, it is worth watching the lion fish swim with a grandiose fin.
If you happen to be a novice, think twice before incorporating the lion fish into your newly installed fish tank.
You can take the time to gather this vivid information
Look at fish, their feeding habits, survival requirements and guidelines for care.
Don't forget that the lionfish have poisonous thorns and when they are disturbed, they give a painful sting.
Build a right one
The size of the fish tank (preferably the coral reef aquarium) is the first and key step in raising lion fish.
When installing an aquarium, you need to have a thorough understanding of their native habitat.
To be more precise, you will succeed in keeping in captivity only if the tank conditions are similar to the natural habitat of the lionfish.
Also, the size of the fish tank should correspond to the lion fish species you plan to keep.
The most popular species of lion fish in the aquarium are the curly tail fish, radishes and antennas.
The size of the lion fish may vary depending on a particular species.
For example, a short lion fish grows to the size of a tennis ball, while a typical species is about 30-
Long 35 cm.
In contrast, more than 55 cm lion fish were found in the Caribbean.
When purchasing lion fish for the aquarium, consider the level of setup and maintenance of your water tank.
Lion fish can be raised with other lion fish of the same size.
Some have even managed to align them with other compatible sea fish of the same size.
This is not always possible, however, as they are dangerous for other tank residents.
They often hurt and kill other fish in the aquarium.
If you like to maintain them together, ask the supplier for advice on the compatible species.
When the lion fish is raised in the sea aquarium, it can adapt to a variety of water conditions.
This does not mean that they thrive in environments with poor water quality.
If placed in dirty water for a long time, your lionfish may be infected with bacteria;
The same is true of the eye part.
So please make sure to install the filtration system and clean the aquarium regularly.
In addition, change the water according to the supplier's guidelines.
Food options for captive lionfish include feeding fish, small shellfish, shrimp, worms, and beef hearts.
From late afternoon to early morning, they are most active during feeding.
For the rest of the time, they are like sedentary creatures and prefer to rest at the bottom of the aquarium.
It's better to lay a soft ground floor so that your lionfish will not get hurt while resting.
Those Aquatics who raise lion fish in fish tanks believe that these poisonous fish are very tenacious compared to other common sea fish.
When receiving proper care, they show little sign of a worrying illness or infection.
If you notice mucus shedding like a lionfish, this is a sign of poor health.
They are mainly affected by two diseases, one is turbid eyes and the other is rotten shark fin.
Checking for any impurities and abnormal conditions in the water chemistry can help you avoid this health problem.
When it comes to short lion fish care, they need more open space in the fish tank.
So you don't need to create caves and hiding places to save the caves.
Also, keep in mind that taking care of freshwater lionfish is completely different from taking care of marine species. In fact, the so-called
Known as freshwater lionfish belongs to a completely different family and is not as toxic as their marine name.
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