- This nursery fish case measures: 8" long; 4" wide and 4" high.
- Ideal as maturation tank for fry, or isolation tank for aggressive or injured fish.
- Removable center divider allows two fish to be safely isolated.
- Space saving design that hangs on the inside of the aquarium.
- Please remove the protection film before use.
How do I clean my fish tank
When cleaning your aquarium, you should just remove part (10-15%) of the water and replace it with fresh, dechlorinated tap water (bowls and vases require larger water changes more often). While you are doing this, you should use your siphon to suck up some of the gunk that collects in the gravel and decorations. If you have an under gravel filter, it is very important to clean the gravel when you do your weekly water changes, this will prevent detritus and other decaying organic matter from blocking the passages between the pebbles and restricting water flow.
How to pick decorations for a fish tank
When it’s time to pick decorations for a fish tank, what you decide to add should meet two main criteria. For one, the decorations that you add should offer the fish a proper sense of atmosphere with elements that allow them to hang out in a particular area of the tank that they prefer or to find shelter if needed. The other is that you should make the appearance of the aquarium fit with your style and your home or office, so that it is the focal point that you want it to be. When it comes to exactly what to add to your fish tank, consider a mix of soft elements like plants, mixed with some hard elements such as a big rock, coral, or other hard structure. Different types of fish appreciate different structure, so mixing it up will offer something for every fish.
What is a fish nursery tank
The isolation & nursery fish tank safely separates newborn fish / fry from mother and other fish in your aquarium with an ingenious design. Depending on your needs, you can also use it to isolate injured fish or young fish, create a safe breeding area, and/or provide separate quarters for aggressive fish.