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This Weeks Arrivals

Live Arrive for MayFor 30 years we have ordered fish and unpacked boxes full of bags of fish. Still to this day, we get excited with every new arrival.

Traveling and visiting suppliers is most exciting because we have the ability to “hand-pick” new and special fish that will be sent to Aquarium Adventure.


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KOI_ARRIVEFeeding Goldfish and Koi

What do I need to think about when choosing food for Koi?

As with any goldfish species, it is important to remember they do not have stomachs only very long intestines. Foods that normally would get digested in the stomach (as in other fish) are not good, for this reason we want to feed a food that will be absorbed by the fish as it passes through the intestine. Digestion requires a particularly alkaline diet low in protein and high in vegetable matter.


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VacationGoing on Vacation? What to do With My Fish

It’s that time of year, summer, warm weather, schools out and the family is packing up headed for vacation. Mail and newspapers are getting picked up by neighbors; the grass is cut and lights in the house are on timers for that “lived in” look. All that is left are the fish and the aquarium---what to do?


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Taking Care of Your Fish During a Power Outage

Without power there is not much that can be done with filtration on the aquatic system.

The fish and animals if not overloaded in the aquarium should be okay, for a few days filtration wise. Do not feed the fish or do any cleaning of the aquarium as this can add to the overload of the filtration system.

The most important immediate concern for the fish in the aquarium is gas exchange, oxygen in and carbon dioxide out. This occurs in the aquarium at the water surface. Moving the water at the surface increases the surface area and thus increases gas exchange.

Battery Operated PumpsThis can be created manually by using a bucket. Put holes in the bottom of the bucket and position the bucket above the aquarium. Fill the bucket with water from the aquarium and allow it to drip/splash back into the aquarium creating increased surface movement and increased gas exchange, oxygen in and carbon dioxide out. How often should the bucket operation be performed? The fish will tell you. When they need oxygen, they will go to the surface and hang there “this is where the greatest concentration of oxygen is located”. At this point, perform the bucket operation.

Other options are the purchase a battery powered air pump. This will bubble and allow the surface of the water to agitate. Another option would be to run a battery operated fan and have it blow across the surface, again to cause agitation. The surface agitation allows carbon dioxide to be released and oxygen to be absorbed.

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