How do you take care of arowana?
You should aim to keep the water temperature anywhere from 75-82°F. Meanwhile, pH levels should be 6.5-7.5, and water should be soft to moderately hard. As Silver Arowanas are particularly susceptible to poor water quality, strong water filtration is required, in addition to weekly water changes of 25%.
Do arowana need light at night?
Aquarium fish do not need light and it is best that you turn it off during the night. Leaving the light on can cause stress to fish as they need a period of darkness to sleep. Too much light will cause algae to rapidly grow and make your tank look dirty. So the short answer is no, do not leave your lights on.
How many arowana can be kept together?
Arowanas are known to attack their own kind as well: They usually don’t tolerate the presence of other arowanas around them- even if that arowana is of another species. Because of this, I wouldn’t recommend keeping more than 1 arowana in the same tank, especially for beginners.
Should I Feed My arowana everyday?
Things to remember when feeding your arowana: These fish are surface feeders, often gliding just below the water’s surface. Feed young fish 2–3 times a day and adults once a day; feed only what they can eat in 1–2 minutes.
Can I leave my aquarium light on 24 7?
You should never keep your aquarium lights on for 24/7. There are are several reasons you should not do so but the most important is it will cause algae growth in your tank. And you can spend literally weeks if not months to clean out algae from your aquarium. Besides, just as we do fish also require darkness to sleep.
Can I leave blue light on in fish tank?
No, you should not keep a blue light or any other colored light on in your fish tank through the night. Unless you have nocturnal fish, they depend on light cycles to maintain their sleep cycle. Leaving a light on at night will disturb this cycle and result in sleep-deprived and stressed fish.
Does arowana need air pump?
Air pump not a must. Arowana can survive without air bubble, have seen one aro here in Jakarta, the owner keep it without air bubble and no filter at all, looks cracy but he has kept that way for more than a year liao. Aro is one of the fish that actually need very low oxygen disolved in water.
Which Colour light is best for aquarium?
Red, blue and green LEDs are in popular use for standard aquarium lighting since these light temperatures greatly enhance the colors of the objects inside the aquarium. The colors of aquatic plants appear much more rich and vibrant, red fish, shrimp and of course red-leaved stem plants look much flashier.
Do fish like blue light at night?