Aquarium Fish Can Thrive And Breed In Outdoor Fountains And Ponds If Conditions Are Right, Explains Thesprucepets

Some aquarium fish can thrive and breed in outdoor fountains and ponds if certain conditions are met. Many aquarium fish don't have to be kept in a heated tank. The fish will often feed on insects caught in the water. The average water temperature must be consistently over 65 degrees Fahrenheit at night and over 72 degrees Fahrenheit in the daytime. The water level has to be fed up with either rainwater or old water. You can feed the fish once a day with commercial fish food, similar to what you would feed them in an aquarium. :max_bytes(150000):strip_icc()/white-cloud-mountain-minnow--tanichthsthys-albonubes--variety-gold-displaying-758359593-5c427b87c9e77c0001ef25d7.

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jpg) Some of the oldest varieties of aquarium fish are called tropical fish. The paradise fish and the White Cloud Mountain Minnow are good examples of hardy species that do not need much warm water. Goldfish and koi have been good pond fish. They can even handle water icing over the top of the pond. Fish must be properly acclimated to the outside pond water. Let the fish get used to that water for about an hour. Then, use an air stone and air pump. Some species, such as guppies, platys, swordtails, and mollies, are prolific breeders. But some of the larger fish, including goldfish, koi, might see their numbers decrease due to attacks from cats, raccoons, birds of prey, and insects. . . .

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