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May 30, 2014 - All About Angelfish!!
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Swim Angelfish helps children with a variety of special needs reach their full potential through fun and challenging aquatic therapy sessions, swim lessons, and camp programs. Swim Angelfish offers training options for therapists, swim professionals, and even parents who want to learn more about how to work with children with a broad range of special needs.
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Swim Angelfish helps children with a variety of special needs reach their full potential through fun and challenging aquatic therapy sessions, swim lessons, and camp programs. Swim Angelfish offers training options for therapists, swim professionals, and even parents who want to learn more about how to work with children with a broad range of special needs. Angelfish – All About Aquariums
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We get asked many questions about angelfish all the time. So many, we couldn't possibly answer them all if we tried. So, hopefully this section will give you some answers, along with our learning Center. Sorry if your email question goes unanswered, but please realize that there simply aren't enough hours in the day to answer the hundreds that we get. There are threats to the “Angelfish” when it comes to their sizes. The smaller the angelfish is the bigger their threat will be. If they are about 6 inches, their main predators are snakes, dolphins, sharks and so much more. The bigger Angelfish has the capability to be fast swimmers thus avoiding any predators is their biggest capability.If you are an avid fish breeder, you know what the is all about. If not, boy are you missing out! I can't think of anything much more rewarding than a prized pair of angelfish with their young. This fish teeters a hobbyist into a new realm of fish keeping.Angelfishes are very territorial and picky about their living space. Also, since they can grow up to a size of 16 inches, depending on the variety, the tank size should be at least 15 gallons. You've probably seen many lovely young angelfish at aquarium stores, but how much do you really know about them? Here are some very important facts that can help you decide if these fish are the right breed for your home aquarium. After 3-4 weeks of age, we add crushed fish flake food, Fry Starter #1 and Micro-Grind fish food, in small quantities, to the juvenile angelfish diet. As they age, we gradually increase the amount of dry food. After a couple weeks of them eating this well, we add freeze dried fish foods to complete their diet. Properly cared for, juvenile angelfish can easily have a body the size of a dime at five to six weeks of age. We typically switch them completely to flake foods, freeze-dried foods and pelleted foods at about 4-6 weeks of age.