What to do if you find a dead fish in your new aquarium? Suddenly you discovered that your fish has died in your aquarium and you don’t know what to do now? I have put together five tips for you to cope with the death of fish and what to do if this does happen.
It happens that aquariums are invaded and colonized by “pest” organisms that cause fears among aquarists, although they are harmless by nature. Sometimes these concerns are not unfounded since the presence of these organisms in large numbers (which is of the nature of an epidemic) is a sign of deterioration of the fish habitat.
It happens that aquariums are invaded by pests! And these “guests” cause great concern among aquarists, although most of them are inherently harmless. But sometimes these fears are not unfounded since the presence of these organisms in large numbers in the aquarium is a sign of deterioration of the fish habitat.
Reasons Ozone (Oz) consists of three oxygen atoms and is also a strong oxidizing agent. It is also used to disinfect water. As a result of the rapid and complete decomposition of ozone (Oz) to oxygen (O2) on the way from the waterworks to our apartments, ozone is no longer present in our drinking water.
Reasons At many pumping and water supply stations, chlorine is added to drinking water as a disinfectant. Chlorine can be added to water in various forms: either as elemental chlorine gas, as chlorine dioxide, or as hypochlorous acid (an aqueous solution of chlorine gas). The disinfecting effect is based on a series of reactions of …
Causes When the fish are over-fed at the bottom of the aquarium, the anaerobic environment is formed from the remains of food, detritus, and feces, in which nitrates are converted to nitrogen. But what happens if, as a result of anaerobic decomposition of organic compounds, nitrates will no longer remain?