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aquarium saltwater fish lesson

Aquarium Saltwater Fish Lesson

Mrs. Van Beck’s Class

Next->

Partners In Ryme (2007). Royalty Free Water Sound Effects, Rain, Ocean Surf, Stream.

Reterieved January 28, 2008, from http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/soundfx/watersounds.shtml

Foster & Smith, Inc. (2006). Saltwater Fish: Marine Aquarium Fish for Saltwater Aquariums.

Reterieved January 28, 2008, from http://liveaquaria.com/product/categ.cfm?pcatid=15

creating a saltwater ecosystem
Creating a Saltwater Ecosystem
  • Tang – These fish eat algae. They can grow to be over a foot long. They are some of the fastest fish that can be kept in a saltwater aquarium.
  • Eel – Snake like fish that are carnivores. Eels will eat almost anything that fits in their mouths. They are escape artists and should always be kept in a tank with a tight lid. They can grow to over three feet long.
  • Lion – It is a slow moving fish with large venomous spines. They are also carnivores that will swallow almost anything. They are usually red, black, and white striped. They usually grow to be eight inches long.
  • Clown – These fish eat both meat and algae. Clown fish only grow to be four to five inches. They live in an invertebrate called an anemone. It is a symbiotic relationship. The clowns bring food to the anemone and the anemone protects the clowns.

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Foster & Smith, Inc. (2006). Saltwater Fish: Marine Aquarium Fish for Saltwater Aquariums.

Reterieved January 28, 2008, from http://liveaquaria.com/product/categ.cfm?pcatid=15

wrong
Wrong

Please go to the next slide and reread the information to find the answer to the question.

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Foster & Smith, Inc. (2006). Saltwater Fish: Marine Aquarium Fish for Saltwater Aquariums.

Reterieved January 28, 2008, from http://liveaquaria.com/product/categ.cfm?pcatid=15

do you remember
Do You Remember?

Which fish should always be kept in a tank with a tight fitting lid so it can’t escape?

Tang ->

Eel ->

Lion ->

Clown ->

Clarke, M. (2008). Practical Fishkeeping magazine. Retrieved January 27, 2008,

from http://www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/pfk/images/recalled_aquarium.jpg

correct
Correct!

Great job you read the information and knew the answer to the review question.

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Foster & Smith, Inc. (2006). Saltwater Fish: Marine Aquarium Fish for Saltwater Aquariums.

Reterieved January 28, 2008, from http://liveaquaria.com/product/categ.cfm?pcatid=15

mrs van beck
Mrs. Van Beck
  • I have two 90 gallon and one 20 gallon saltwater fish tanks.
  • Spending time working on the tanks is a big past time for me. Getting an ecosystem to work takes a lot of time. Fish, corals, and invertebrates all must live in harmony. You must also have the proper equipment and knowledge to keep everything alive.
  • I also have a Golden Retriever and three cats.

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