guppy fish care

Guppies are one of the most popular aquarium fish. They are small in size and brightly colored. Males are more colorful and smaller in size than females.
They are very cheap, but some types can be expensive. Guppy fish are viviparous, meaning they give birth to babies like Molly. They need less water than other fish and are easy to care for. You can hold a 1 inch guppy in a gallon of water. Guppy fish can eat both live and frozen foods. You can feed them shrimp, tropical flakes, floating food, bloodworms. Give 2-3 times a day. Do not overfeed as this can be harmful to your guppies. If the food is still there after 3 minutes, it means you are feeding too much. Guppy fish are peaceful in nature, but can sometimes become territorial. Put them in groups of 5 or more.
They prefer saltwater aquarium water, so add one teaspoon per gallon of aquarium salt. They can survive in a wide range of temperatures between 23 and 30 degrees. Provide them with plenty of hiding places and live plants to reduce stress on them in the form of aquarium design. Try to plant 2-3 females per male, as the male may chase the female to breed and the females may become exhausted and die. Change about 25% of the water once a week. Never confuse large fish with other intelligent guppies that will serve as food. Also, don't store fish with fins.

It is easy to survive as a breeding mollusk

Food Omnivores can eat almost anything.

Temperature : 23-30 degrees Celsius

Lifespan : 3-5 years

Size : 1 to 2.5 inches

Care : easy
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