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 Why are some fish adaptable to salt water?

Answer All fish maintain salt levels in their bodies at about the same level as the early oceans, which were about 1/4 as salty as today's oceans. As species evolved, some adapted to the increasingly salt... Read More »
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What is the salt to water ratio for salt water fish tanks?

Saltwater aquariums do not use regular salt. They use special marine formulas, and each brand and formula has a different recommendation. There is no easy easy ratio because of so many variables, h... Read More »
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Are piranhas salt water or fresh water fish?

Piranhas live in the Amazon River basin's lakes and rivers. Although piranhas differ in size, body shape and coloring depending on their species, all of these South American freshwater fish have ra... Read More »
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Are koi fry salt water fish?

Koi, a species of carp, are freshwater fish. Koi fry, or baby koi, hatch in freshwater ponds from their eggs as very small fish clinging to and feeding off their egg sacs.Source:AKA Koi: Koi Fry Care
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How to Locate Salt Water Fish?

Before catching fish, anglers must locate them. Much of North America is within a day’s drive of the oceans, an estuary, or some other marine environment. You can find fish nearly anywhere there ... Read More »
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