Friday, 24 May 2013

How To Setup a Fishtank with fish in a classroom.


How To Setup a Fish Tank with fish in the classroom.
My goal is to set up a fish tank properly.
Materials:
  • A fish tank that can leave a lot of space for your fish.
  • Enough fish food (fish flakes) that could last for even a week.
  • Colourful stones.
  • Any other detail (like fake seaweed)
  • A place where no noise can be heard.
Steps:
  1. Pour enough coloured stones enough to fill the bottom into the fishtank.
  2. Add the fake seaweed into the tank.
  3. Pour water into the tank. It should be 6 containers or less to fill it up to the near top, leaving some space at the top.
  4. Carefully cut and place the fish into the water of the tank. The warm water of the bag will also warm the water inside the tank.
  5. Close the tank with the lid that has a small lid on top of it.

Conclusion:
Leave the fish as they will swim and keep away from the tank, because if you get too close, it might freak the fish out.Leave the fish as they will swim and keep away from the tank, because if you get too close, it might freak the fish out.

Extra Information:
The water you use the first time won’t last very long. The poor water quality would easily make your fish choke, that’s why you change the water each week.
Also, feed the fish with a pinch of fish flakes, wait for 2 minutes for them to eat. If you sprinkle more flakes into the tank, and the fish doesn’t eat it, don’t give any more, or else it will die from being overfed.


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