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The Bicolor dottyback is an aggressive fish, as such a very small tank to house it should be avoided. One aspect of keeping a bicolor dottyback in the aquarium is the diet of the fish. It is important to feed it brine shrimps, mysis shrimps, krill'™s, squid and crabs A proper diet for this fish is essential as otherwise the fish starts to lose their vibrant colors. It'™s important to keep the diet varied
Published by Madan G Singh 44 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +1 votes | 2 comments
Hammerhead sharks can not be pinned down to one particular kind like many sharks. There are actually many different kinds of Hammerhead sharks some are smaller and eat fish and smaller sea life, but there are other larger hammer head that attack larger prey including other sharks here you will learn a bit about hammer heads in general and a bit about each variety.
Published by Rae Morvay 52 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +2 votes | 0 comments
There are several different varieties of sharks, some are not so fierce but others such as the tiger shark are extremely vicious. Tiger sharks for the most part spend their days resting and they stay in the deeper parts of the water. At night though they will get closer to the shore and when they do this they are looking for prey.
Published by Rae Morvay 52 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +1 votes | 0 comments
The walrus is a large aquatic mammal that lives in and around the Arctic Ocean, northern Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, and in the Laptev Sea. The walrus is the only living member of the Odobenidae family, and the Odobenus genus. There are two sub-species of walrus: the Atlantic walrus that lives in the northern parts of the Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean, and the Pacific walrus, which lives in the northern parts of the Pacific Ocean and the Laptev Sea.
Published by Travis Burdick 55 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +3 votes | 0 comments
The barracuda is a species of saltwater fish that lives in the Atlantic, Western Pacific, and Caribbean oceans. There are around 27 different species of barracuda and most can be found worldwide. The Barracuda is one of the best-known fish in the world, and has been featured in television shows, movies and other media.
Published by Travis Burdick 57 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +4 votes | 0 comments
The whale found in safety is indeed thrilling for tourists and whale watchers as they observe these intelligent creatures and mammals of the sea. The public and conservationists place whales very close to their hearts. There is a duty of care where the beaching of whales and why they do this is concerned. There are charters and in some instances closer watching although a boundary is adhered too.
Published by Peter Curtis 57 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +9 votes | 0 comments
Sharks are fascinating animals. I am not just talking about the great whites, the bull sharks, and the tiger sharks which are all amazing in their own rights but there are so many species of sharks that most people do not even know about and they are all quite different from one another in some respects. The Goblin Shark is fascinating mainly because it is so ugly.
Published by Rae Morvay 58 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +7 votes | 2 comments
The beauty of the ocean, such as the colourful coral reefs and the amazing fishes and other creatures, is not a secret to man. However, the ocean holds other secrets aside from these beautiful species, and that include the rare sea creatures. These rare sea creatures are often found at the deepest part of the sea or at the remotest area of the ocean. Some of these creatures include gulper eel, dragonfish, giant squid, vampire squid, and the long-nosed chimaera.
Published by Zinnia Mendoza 60 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Armorless Three Spined Sticklebacks or brook stickleback fish are found in freshwater streams. They are very small and live in the Great Lakes and other parts of the world. they do not have scales on their bodies. It likes cool water in lakes, ponds and rivers. In some areas, such as Pennsylvania, the brook stickleback is thought of as a vulnerable species.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 60 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +1 votes | 0 comments
The Marine Iguanas of Galapagos Islands are strange almost ugly creatures. They are very popular with the tourists who like to take pictures of them. Some people refer to them as the modern day dinosaur. They are very unusual. The go into the water to eat algae and sea weed and they then come out and lay on the lava rock shore to warm up.
Published by norlaw 60 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +1 votes | 0 comments
There are more than three hundred different species of anglerfish. The males have some weird habits. They are much smaller than the females, which in some species are about as big as a human fist. In other species, the females are even bigger. The male fish are as small as tadpoles and are barely noticeable when they are beside the female since they are so small.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 60 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +3 votes | 0 comments
It can be argued that male stickleback fish do most of the work of helping the species continue. These small creatures can in no way be described as absentee fathers. In fact, it is the females who seem to be able to continue with life as it was before, after their eggs have been fertilized. The males take the lead from courtship.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 60 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +1 votes | 0 comments
Water turtles are great for outdoor ponds and if you keep them healthy and happy they will live for a long time. If you get a turtle that is from your area he can stay outside all year. If it freezes in your area during the winter you will have to protect your turtle from freezing. Turtles will eat just about anything but they do prefer meat.
Published by norlaw 60 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +5 votes | 1 comments
What are some adaptations that deep sea fish have? What is a cookie cutter shark? What kind of fish is a sea devil? What is so unusual about some species of angler fish? What is a blob fish? What do fish eat when they live in deep areas of the ocean? What are some weird looking fish?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 60 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +7 votes | 2 comments
A light show occurs along the shallow water of Toyama Bay in Japan every March through the month of June. The light show isn't created by residents, but by hundreds of firefly squid who have washed up to the shallower areas of the bay by ocean currents. The squid put on a spectacular display of cobalt blue light patterns and steady streams of light to entice mates, prey and communicate with each other.
Published by Vicki Perry 61 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +1 votes | 1 comments
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