What is the standard size for the fish tank glass that sold in the market. how to cut the glass into pieces. how to glue them up. calculation for the require strenght of glass if posible.
Asked by realgoddess66 8 years ago
My fish hit its head on the tank and the skin is a bit falling off and under its white. Will it be okay?
I'm a bit worried. Will it heal back itself? Or do I have to give it any treatment? Anything natural, I have at home, if it needs treatment?
Asked by LemonLily 8 years ago
I had a beta fish for a couple of months, and every time I did a water change, rough white residue was on the lid and around it on my desk. Sadly he has passed away and the white rough residue is on my wall and every time i try to clean it, it comes back. If anyone knows how to clean it properly or if you can tell what it is and how it happened as well as preventing it. Please comment.
Asked by LaurynY 1 year ago
I bought a betta fish(male) and a female both of them were the cheap ones and i would like to breed them so help! oh and one thing my male betta is very nice because i put him in my tank with guppies,tetras.loaches,algea eaters,ect. and he never chased any of them ever.so i put my female in there and he never chased her and she never chased anyone.but now iset up a breeding tank so i would like to know if they have to be the same breed to breed them cause i dont know what breed they are. THE PIC SHOWN IS THE KIND OF MALE I HAVE
Asked by pianolover10124353 5 years ago
I really to have some fish babies, and i need a little help, i have a five gallon tank,and i have a silver molly, a crimsicle molly (sorry if i spelled it wrong) and a red wag platy, if i should get different type, tell me. I currently have all females, and my red wag platy is sick, so i figured hey, exchange it for a male, and fulfill my dream
Asked by bassmonkey 9 years ago
I have been able to see the babies eyeballs inside the mothers stomache for about 4 days now she also looks like she swallowed a marble and is swimming up and down the wall of the tank she also doesnt seem to have much intrest in food how long will it be untill she gives birth? oh and she also has the white ball near her anal fin
Asked by trinad954 8 years ago
Looking for ways to tan a fish skin as into leather
OK so today I went to my local fish store and got 3 new silver mollies and some plants for my community tank, and after I floated the bag and was about to strain the bag to get the fishes out I noticed little fry in the corner of the bag. After I put the silver mollies in the tank I put the fry in my floating fry net. 9 little baby mollies :P <
Posted by Shadowmang 9 years ago
I cant quite tell if my female molly is pregnant or not, but the last time she gave birth the babies were eaten because she had them in the aquarium. If she starts giving birth should I immediatly mov her to a separate tank? I dont want to disturb her. help!
Asked by trinad954 8 years ago
It must be fish friendly
Asked by Marzfisch 5 years ago
I have a question about fish....I don't know if anyone can answer it though... I found a fish once while fishing in southern Indiana, it looked very similar to a pike, I was fishing with a dry fly on the top of the water, the fish went under it and sucked it in. Does anyone know what kind of fish it was. And I already know it wasn't a catfish.
Asked by pagosapig 7 years ago
Hi :) I have an old fish tank / aquarium that's the tall polygon-style (like this - http://www.crystal-fox.com/webart/products_large/3385.jpg)I never seem to have much luck with fish sadly, so I'd like to find a non-fish but decorative way to use my pretty glass fish tank. I like candles, plants, pretty stuff like that.Any and all suggestions would be very much appreciated, thank you :)!
Posted by hsteel 9 years ago
Will it harm them in any way? That's all I really need to know. Thanks!
Posted by Sunbanks 10 years ago
Post your pictures of your fish!! For the start, I'll post mine These are my 5 goldfish, in my 1st tank which is a 5 gallon. I will post pics of my 2nd tank soon! As you can see, its really hard to take pictures of them. So its ok to be a little blurry.
Posted by Mudbud 8 years ago
I have been browsing through all the fish tank instructables and I thought that they were rather rubbish to be honest.... I want an instructable to build a decent tank in a rectangle shape with the dimensions of Height: 12" Length: 20" Depth:14" (Dimensions do not have to be followed but appreciated if they are and dimensions do not include lid space) If there is also any specific thicknesses needed for the tank to hold the capicity of water this would greatly appreciated if stated. I would also like the person who choses this project to use links to websites for the materials/tools (preferably English GBP currency) Any links to what types of fish are work well together would also be a bonus. Thanks in advance to anyone who will write the instructrable for this.
Posted by wazzup333 8 years ago
Ok i want a fish called a jaguar cichlid and i was wornding what kind of care it and food it would it need and the tank size and other stuff one how to care for it also what type of water does it need (my teacher has one and it lived for a few years and its in a 8 gallon tank) also i do have a meduiam sized tank
Asked by knexsuperbuilderfreak 8 years ago
Ingredients: Servings: 6-8 Units: US | Metric 2 lbs fish fillets (best with tilapia) 2 tablespoons garlic paste 2 inches gingerroot 5 teaspoons mustard seeds 4 bay leaves 1/2 tablespoon coriander powder 5 medium shallots or 2 medium onions 7 red chilies 1 tablespoon cumin seed 3 teaspoons turmeric powder 3 tablespoons salt 2 big tomatoes oil, to deep fry fish 3 cups water Directions: 1 In a grinder grind the onions, ginger, 2 bay leaves, red chili, mustard seeds, cumin seed all together. 2 Preserve some cut pieces 1 cup) of onion. 3 Cut small pieces of tomatoes. 4 Make small pieces of fish fillets, about 3 inches in length. 5 Clean them properly if you are using the whole fish and make it into small pieces. 6 Take a big plate, put the fish in it and sprinkle 2 teaspoon of salt, two teaspoon of turmeric powder and the garlic paste. 7 Mix all of them properly. 8 Allow to marinate for 1/2 hour. 9 Take a pan or a wok (preferable), heat it and put oil to deep fry the fish. 10 Once the oil is much hotter, fry the fish, 3-4 pieces at a time, 3-4 minutes on each side. 11 Keep all of them in a separate plate. 12 When all the pieces are fried, clean all the black residues from the oil in the wok with the spatula and put 2 tablespoon of fresh oil in the it. 13 Then put a pinch of cumin seed, a pinch of mustard seed, 2 red chili, 2 bay leaves, a pinch of aniseed (all together is called panch-phoran) and allow them to splutter. 14 Then put the cut onion pieces and allow it to just a little brown. 15 Then put all the ground paste,tomatoes,left over turmeric powder and salt to taste. 16 Keep stirring it until the paste becomes a little brown (it takes around 10 minutes). 17 You can also identify it by looking at the wok, that the paste will start leaving the oil and paste will now no more stick on the wok. 18 The paste is now perfectly fried. 19 Now pour 3 cups of water to it, or as much thick gravy you want. 20 Once the gravy comes to boil, start dropping the fried fish pieces and allow to boil for 15 minutes. 21 Switch off the gas. 22 Use coriander leaf for garnishing. 23 This dish should be served with fresh steamed rice and squeeze some lime some juice on top.
Posted by joyachowdhury 3 years ago
I am planning on building a fish tank, so I need a clear pipe about a foot in diameter, between two and four feet long (but it can be cut, of course) I'm in the UK, can anyone give me an idea of where i'd get it?
Posted by chimpanzeeboy 8 years ago
I have a single goldfish, around 4 1/2 inches long and two high ( including fins). He is in a five-gallon tank with a short, long fake rock and roman ruins, as well as a pipe leading up to the filter. These do make it a little cramped, but it doesn't seem too bad. I just noticed that he has scales sticking out of his side, which look like they're being pushed out by a translucent-ish shpere, which was large and round a little while ago, but now looks a little deflated, and almost clear in one spot. I just changed his filter, put in the proper amount of stress coat, and am planning to clean the tank shortly. What's going on, and how do I remedy it? It's pretty urgent, and any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Asked by mad magoo 8 years ago
I built a life sized audience controlled animatronic salmon complete with night vision eye cameras for a local museum a couple years back. Thought if this was allowed I could enter it in the kinetic contest. Video to follow
Asked by iminthebathroom 7 years ago
I have a small [3 ft * 2 ft] outdoor pond w/fountain .Would like some goldfish for added color.But everytime I stock it the birds clean it out in a day or two.Tried a mesh cover but just took longer for them to poke holes in it.Any suggestionsThanks
Asked by a4a47105 8 years ago