We’re constantly hearing about aquariums that are being closed due to ice jams and jellyflots.
If you’re looking to make your aquarium a bit more eco-friendly, these tips might be worth a shot.1.
Don’t forget to feed the jellyfishThe first thing you need to do when feeding your jellyfish is to feed them.
It’s easier said than done, and if you’ve got the jelly in your aquarium you may be tempted to keep feeding it to the jelly.
You’ll need to make sure that the jelly doesn’t eat through the bottom layer of the tank or you may get some pretty nasty bubbles forming.
Instead, feed the Jellyfish in a bowl filled with warm water, followed by a few drops of cold water.2.
Keep your water temperature lowDon’t keep your aquarium at a higher temperature than it normally is.
Keep the water at a steady 30-40C and don’t let it climb to 60C or above.
The reason for this is because the jelly needs to be able to keep its body temperature within that range.
This means it needs to keep the water around it at a constant 40-60C.
Don ‘t feed your jellyfishes too soonThe reason you should feed your Jellyfish at a faster pace is because they need to have a chance to digest the food before it goes into the stomach.
When this happens, it will break down the food and release it into the water, and the jellyfishing can’t use it as a source of food again.
Instead, it’ll simply go back to the water.4.
Get a good tank cleanerThe best way to get your Jelly Fish clean is to buy a tank cleaner that is specifically formulated to remove ice.
To do this, you need a high quality aquarium cleaner.
For starters, you’ll need a good quality glass bowl that can be used for cleaning.
These bowls are ideal because they don’t require any kind of cleaning to keep them clean.
In fact, they don ‘t even require water.
I’m not talking about cleaning with a water filter or a sponge.
What I am talking about is using a good clean aquarium cleaner that will not only remove ice, but will also leave the water looking shiny.
Just remember to buy it at the right price and be careful with it. 5.
Make sure your aquarium is properly ventilatedIf you have a small aquarium, it may be hard to get the water circulating around the jelly with the ice jam in your tank.
But if you have an aquarium that is big enough to have ice jams everywhere, you may not have the time or the space to make that happen.
As such, it’s a good idea to ensure that the water in your small aquarium is ventilated properly.
Make sure the water inside your aquarium drains off the bottom and does not enter the aquarium through a drain hole.
Remove ice jamsThe best time to remove any ice jams is after they’ve already been introduced into your aquarium.
That means when they’ve been growing.
A lot of ice jams are produced from algae, and this can lead to ice bubbles forming when the ice jams begin to build up.
Try to remove the ice at a gradual rate to ensure you’re not eating them and you don’t overfeed your jelly.7.
Get rid of the jellyflottomsThe best thing you can do when introducing ice jams into your tank is to keep your water level at a comfortable 30-50C and to keep it at that temperature.
Now that your water is heated up and you’re feeding your aquarium, you can start to work on removing the jelly from the water and the water on top of it.8.
Use a sponge to remove jellyfishThis may seem like a pointless step, but it’s worth doing if you want your aquarium to be as eco-friendly as possible.
Jellyfish are pretty much the worst offenders when it comes to releasing water through a hole in the tank, so using a sponge can help.
Firstly, you should keep the jelly close to the top of the water for as long as possible, and then you should let it go for a few minutes to see if the water has settled down.
Once the water is at a certain level, you’re ready to use the sponge.9.
Use luresIf you’ve been avoiding jellyfish and are worried that your jelly fish might get too close to your fish tank, you could try a jelly fish lure.
Simply put, you put a lure into the aquarium and hold it close to a jellyfish.
By using the lure, you make sure the jelly fish doesn’t get too near your fish.10.
Keep it clear of ice jamIf you use a jelly fishing lure, the jelly will naturally get attracted to it and start to feed on it,