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Portable Spherical Fish Tank - Apparent Fish Tank;Acrylic Aquarium;Acrylic Fish Bowl, Silverkeys
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To complement the vegetables and fruits from the garden we wanted to have a protein source and decided on fish over other backyard animals. We discovered most fish tanks required a permanent installation with building materials. So, we developed something new, a portable fish tank that is easy to set up! This 350 gallon tank and two clarification barrels are delivered to your door via regular package delivery services. Even without prior experience the installation and operation is easy. The fish grow rapidly and taste great as they are fresh caught! Plus, we use the tank water in an Aquaponics system as a nutrient source for growing plants in floating rafts, a growing method that is getting a lot of attention these days.
Portable Fish Tank - Resin Necklace...with a real fish, unhook at base of chain??
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The Texas Junior Anglers (TJA) program is proud to introduce the "Catch Tank." Children and adults will enjoy hours and perhaps days of excitement. The "Catch Tank" is a portable fishing pond that can be set up either indoors or out. TJA will stock the pond with adult fish that are willing to give a hardy tug on the line. Fish after fish will be caught and released adding fun and good times for your participants. Is there such thing as a portable fish tank?
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Improved equipment and husbandry practices are required to effectively grade and harvest fish in large land-based culture tanks. The objective of our work was to develop and evaluate several types of relatively inexpensive, portable, and efficient fish handling equipment to reduce the labor requirement for grading and harvesting fish from large circular culture tanks. This equipment and husbandry practices also had to provide for worker safety and minimize the stress or damage to the fish. Two techniques were developed and evaluated to remove the entire population from a large and deep circular tank, i.e. (a) purse seine and (b) carbon dioxide avoidance response. Two other techniques were developed and evaluated to remove the fish from a large (150 m3) and deep (2.44 m) circular culture tank after they had been top-graded in situ using a 3-panel clam-shell grader: (c) an airlift fish pump and hand sorting/dewatering box and (d) a sidewall drain box for hand sorting/dewatering. Some of these technologies are new, while others (such as the purse seine) have been used in other applications. Our commercial-scale evaluation of these technologies provided insight into the advantages and disadvantages of each option. With use of the clam-shell grader, the majority of the fish in the culture tank were never lifted from the water during the self-sorting process, which minimized stress, perhaps enhancing final product quality. In contrast, harvesting the tank using the purse seine and hand brailing was much more labor intensive and increased the stress on the fish, as indicated by a nearly 10-fold increase in fish mortality compared to the mortality observed when the clam-shell type crowder/grader system and an airlift fish pump or sidewall drain box were used during fish harvest. The combination of the clam-shell crowder/grader with the sidewall drain harvest box was our preferred harvest method, because of its low labor requirement, relatively low fish mortality, and rapid harvest rate. We also think that the carbon dioxide avoidance harvest technique can be used effectively, with little labor input and practically zero mortality when the entire fish population must be removed from a fish culture tank, but not during a selective harvest using in situ grading. Ultimately, the more effective technologies and practices should help fish farmers overcome scale-up issues and improve land-based fish farm profitability.Pet stores in Australia have been selling a portable speaker with a built-in fish tank, designed to hook up to portable audio devices like the iPod. (The cleverly named iPond, which is currently drawing fire from animal rights groups for not providing adequate space for a fish to live.)One of the strangest things I have stumbled upon so far: the portable fish tank. Perfect for people who like to take a walk with their pet, but are allergic to any ‘normal’ animal. And with normal I mean an animal that has legs. My dogs get really excited when someone says the word walk already. So maybe this portable fish tank can make a goldfish really happy to. He gets to see something else than the same room all day. Just forget about the fact that a fish has a memory of 30 seconds. Also it might be possible that the owner of the fish tank wants to show off his fish by taking it outside. After searching the whole internet I cannot find anything about the inventor. But I think that his idea came as an improvement of the normal plastic bags goldfish are transferred or carried in. Still this invention has no purpose at all or any value. But apparently there are people who buy it and use it. It can be bought for the price of $15 and Amazon.I think a portable fishtank would be awesome. I'm just curious of such a thing already exsists, or if I would need to make one. My puffer, named Puffles, will not always be 2 inches long, but I'm hoping when he is old, he will handle me leaving for a few days better as he will be more mature. He really is a needy fish. lol Doesn't help that I spoil him. :)