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 Is Your Fish Aquarium Too Salty? 
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Is Your Fish Aquarium Too Salty?
by: Hung Perez




If you have know-how about fish aquariums then you won’t have much difficulty in maintaining your fish aquarium. You can keep any type of fish in your aquarium if you know how to take care of it. There are small points which you need to know to improve your skills of fish keeping.

An important point is to help the osmoregulation system of the fish. It is the system by which the fish’s body maintains a balance between salt and water concentration.

If you can’t seem to figure out the reason for your fish’s deteriorating health then you need to check the pH and salt concentration of the water in the aquarium. The concentration of salt determines the degree of osmotic pressure. A high concentration results in a higher osmotic pressure. This makes the fish to work more in order to regulate salt level in its body.

The ecosystem from where the fish belongs, determines the degree of osmotic pressure it can withstand. A fish from salty water can bear more osmotic pressure as compared to the one from fresh water. Some of the fish can live in both kinds of water.

After you have finalized about the shape and size of the aquarium and the types and numbers of fish to be put in it, start looking for ways to maintain pH and salt level of the water. By doing this, you’ll make a swift transition from temporary tank to an aquarium.

Therefore, you should keep a check on the water to make sure that its not too salty or if it has too little salt in it. The water should be suitable for the fish so that they grow up and become healthy. The fish are very delicate organisms and if not taken care of properly, can die even before they mature.

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Many individuals just have a calling, they are born with a passion of something without knowing why. My family never lived close to the sea, however I always treasured fish. I recollect getting my very first fish on my 9th birthday, from my grandfather and grandmother; sadly the fish died inside a couple of weeks. I was so upset, but that made me find out much more about how to care for them. Ever since then I've studied and made my own freshwater and saltwater fish tanks, made lots of mistakes, but had so a lot fun. I've helped lots of young families build their personal home aquariums...they have been shocked at the difference it has made to their lives. An aquarium simply just brings this calm and peace to the room, I imagine that's why I love it so a lot.

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