Fish bowls are slightly different from small fish tanks. Primarily,since a fish bowl does not have filtration (see the definitionsabove), a fish bowl is only a septic tank collecting thefish's waste and making the fish soak in it.
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This means that you need to wait at least sixweeks after introducing your first fish before you considerintroducing any additional fish to your fish tank.
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Also do not fully stock the tank all at one time. No more than 25% of the total volume of fish should be introduced to the aquarium at one time. Fish wastes, which are toxic, are eliminated by colonies of . Those bacterial colonies need time to adjust to changes in the bio-load. By introducing fish a few at a time, the bacterial colonies have sufficient time to grow and take care of the toxins produced by the fish waste.
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