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What is the lifespan of a herring gull?

Asked: Brad Orcutt, Date Created:

30 years Life-span: up to 30 years or more. Food: fish, shrimps, prawns, crabs, small mammals and birds, eggs, grain, carrion and edible rubbish.

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    Once fish are dead, it's best to clean them within two hours and eat them within 24 hours. You will need a method of holding your fish until you are ready to clean them.

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    Yes, you can eat salmon raw from high-quality grocery stores if it's been previously frozen. ... But salmon can contain parasites, so buying previously frozen ensures any parasites are killed. But that's not all there is to know about grocery store fish and sushi.

  • How long should I cycle my tank before adding shrimp?

    Setting up to Cycle can take about an hour however you might be waiting up to 3 months for your tank to properly cycle the water so that it is stable enough to add your shrimp and fish. This time varies depending on the substrate you use, and the additives, bacteria and minerals you add into the tank.

  • Why do carp lose weight?

    Indian Angler I think this is due to low water temperature that slows their metabolism down and they go off the feed. I guess they survive on reserves of fat they've stored during the summer.

  • Is bread good for catfish?

    Small catfish scavenge a lot, eating all sorts of weird foods and baits. But the older and larger a catfish gets, the more likely it is to prefer fresh fish such as shad, herring and sunfish for dinner. Loaves of bread aren't on the menu.

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    Salmon. Salmon is an extremely popular fish for both sashimi and nigiri partly because it doesn't have the strong "fishy" taste that many people fear. Easily distinguished by its peachy orange color, salmon's smooth flavor makes it a safe, non-threatening choice for sushi beginners.

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