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What happens if you put fish in alcohol?

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Fish that had been exposed to the highest alcohol concentration began to lag behind the rest of the group, following instead of steering. Since higher alcohol doses have “sedative effects,” Porfiri says, the drunkest fish slow down and start to display “sluggishness in response to the rest of the group.”

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  • Will red cherry shrimp breed with yellow shrimp?

    They are the same species, crossbreeding animals with the same genes results in: animals with the same genes. Nothing to worry about, they'll be fine and you'll get either yellow offspring or cherry.

  • How much do mandarin fish eat?

    Feed small amounts 2 to 3 times daily, no more than fish will eat in 1 to 2 minutes. Keep in tank with plenty of live rock. Thaw frozen food before feeding.

  • Can mushy shrimp make you sick?

    Will mushy shrimp make you sick? In 16% of cooked, ready-to-eat shrimp, we found several bacteria, including vibrio and E. … Those bacteria can potentially cause illnesses such as food poisoning—which could include diarrhea and dehydration—and, in rare instances, can even prove fatal. As for raw shrimp, it gets worse.

  • What's the difference between yellowfin tuna and bigeye tuna?

    It is easy to tell the difference between a yellowfin tuna and a bigeye tuna by looking at the dorsal, anal and finlet fins. It will be yellow on a yellowfin tuna, hence the name. A yellowfin also has a thinner body in comparison to a bigeye which has a plumper body with a larger head and obvious looking large eyes.

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  • What fish is OK during pregnancy?

    Eat 2-3 servings a week (8 to 12 ounces in total) of a variety of fish. Eat only 1 serving a week (no more than 6 ounces) of some fish, such as albacore (white) tuna and fish with similar mercury concentrations to albacore (white) tuna. Avoid certain fish with the highest mercury concentrations.

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  • Can I store dried fish in the fridge?

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  • Can dogs eat tuna and rice?

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  • Do you need to feed shrimp in planted tank?

    As far as food goes, shrimp are scavengers with relatively low demands compared to fish. In a community tank, no specific feeding may be needed, as the shrimp will consume uneaten fish food, algae, and biofilm. ... With the right housing and care, you will be able to breed your shrimp and will never have to buy any again!

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  • Can fish see us through the tank?

    Oh yes they see us just as easily as we see them if the light in the room is of similar brightness as in the tank.

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