Monday, April 4, 2011

Thoughts on Putting a Fish in Your Turtle Tank

Many people think putting a fish together with their turtles in the same water tank. The problem is when you put the turtle in an aquarium, or if you're a fish in a turtle tank.
If you're a turtle in the aquarium a number of turtle care problems may occur:
- First and foremost, an aquarium is not normally an area that is essential for the turtle. - Fish are small pets that do not normally require a very high water levels. But turtles are larger and have to swim easily. Then water level in a tank might be to make a turtle. - In the aquarium filtration is usually inappropriate for a turtle, so the water could get dirty very quickly. - If you put a turtle in an aquarium at the end, he will turtle eating fish. - It's good for the fish to give them lots of plants so they can swim around and hide. But the turtles will certainly eat all the plants in the tank.
The best way to fish and turtles to fish to keep together "in a specific area is set for the turtle. Using this method, you do not turtle care issues. So a correct turtle tank setup and then, and fish. The turtles will eat fish, but if you add at least 20 fish will probably survive for one year.
There are some advantages to the number of fish in the turtle tank:
- You never have to feed the fish. They usually eat left-over food, so it would not be expensive to keep them. - You can consider the fish of your turtle tank as a kind of water quality control. You may think that if the fish are healthy than the water in the turtle tank is totally unacceptable. - The fish in the turtle tank can be a good emergency food for your turtles. - Most captive turtles swim is not enough and not too little exercise. But with the fish in the aquarium, they will not be bored.
So it's not such a bad idea to fish with a turtle in a turtle tank water.

1 comment:

  1. It is possible but consider some factors that my affect both animals.