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What kind of body support do fish have?
Star fish are a 'echinoderms' (which, from the Greek, means "spiny skin"). The skin encloses the animals skeleton which is composed of calcareous plates or ossicles through an…d over which the skin grows. This means that thy are hard to the touch.
You can only keep a snail with a beta depending on the size of your tank. A snail needs at least 2.5 gallon to live in. I heard people say that Neons and Zebra Danio are a goo…d choice for betas so a few days ago i got a couple of zebra danios for my aquarium. I am never gonna make that mistake again in my life! The Danios are tail nippers. They started to nip at his tail and wouldnt leave him alone for a single second. I got angry and released the danios in a nearby lake and now my betta is his normal happy self. So basically my point is that if you have a tank that has a good filter and is larger than 5 gallon then a snail would be an excellent choice, other than that is a big NO.
No they have bones inside there body
If your tank is large enough, some types of fish can live with a betta, but not another male or female betta because they will fight with a male and kill a female. If your be…tta seems aggressive when you add fish, then he will need to live alone, so don't try too many at once. Also, some other types of fish will attack a betta's fins: other long-finned fish, most barbs, and some tetras will not live peacefully with them. Also, aggressive fish will harm and probably kill them and fast moving fish will make them nervous. Goldfish are also not good companions for any tropical fish, especially one that needs such warm water. So, if you have enough room, the best companions for a betta are smaller livebearers, such as guppies and platys.
It might be a bass. I have some little ones in my fish tank from my pond. I know this isn't the question, but you can sometimes find the baby ones near the bank.
to reduce friction while traveling in water
There are many different aquarium animals that will clean algae off the walls of your aquarium. I will name a few: Cories, Plecostomus (AKA, Pleco) and more. There are some al…gae eaters that are not fish. Mystery snails, freshwater snails, and other water snails eat algae. Ghost shrimp are small and are very easy to take care of. They clean the decorations in your fish tank and eat any uneaten, leftover food.
Fish and reptiles both regulate their body temperature behaviorally by going to areas where the temperature fits their biochemical needs, eg. sunning on rocks to raise tempera…ture, etc. Some fish and reptiles also hibernate when temperatures get too cold.
You can put any fish that will fit into a bowl inside of one, but keeping is another matter. Much as it's potentially possible to keep a dog alive for a while inside of a clos…et, don't expect the health of the dog in the closet or the fish in the bowl to remain anywhere near optimal. Besides, fish have interesting behaviors you simply will not see in a bowl. That said, some species of betta will survive for a few years in a bowl as long as you are willing to do a lot of extra water changes. This includes the most common species, Betta splendens, which you often find sold in cups. As with any other fish, however, they do better in larger tanks with full filtration systems. Some might suggest the goldfish, but understand that even the shorter-bodied goldfish can grow to near a foot long if kept correctly, though it surely never will if kept in a bowl. Keeping goldfish in bowls comes from a misunderstood antiquated practice by the Chinese, who first bred goldfish. They kept goldfish in ponds normally, as is best for that species, and would occasionally put one or two in a bowl and place it on a dinner table as a form of decoration, to be put back out in the pond once dinner was finished. A better suggestion for your fish bowl would be to try making a small terrarium out of it; with a little soil and some interesting plants, you can create and maintain a beautiful little micro-environment you can enjoy nearly anywhere in your home. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It depends on the size of the bowl, but in a standard sized fish bowl you can keep toy fish, a can of tuna, gold fish crackers almost indefinitely.
The skeletal system supports the body.
. . . a "Ray-Finned" fish .
The skeletal system. Its Skeletal For A+
In Care of Fish
The only "Steelhead" I am aware of is the Steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). It is also called the Rainbow trout. They are a great sportfish and good eating. Salmon
They are connected on the side closest to the head and overlap each other
Essentially all fish eat smaller fish, except for the real tiny ones that eat plankton and bacteria. There is no specific name for fish which eat other fish. Fish (or any o…ther animal) whose diet almost exclusively consists of other animals (of any type) are known as Carnivores. Those which have diets which include plants or other vegitative matter are known as Omnivores. Also, the vast majority of fish species do NOT eat other fish. Most eat one of more of various plants, crusteceans, or (more commonly) krill or plankton or other tiny organisms.