Kui koera kimbutab ülekaal, siis appi tuleb Barkin Heads 'Fat dog slim'. See on dieettoit kanalihast ja pruunist riisist, mis paneb rasva sulama nagu kevadise lume 💪🏼🐶🏋🏼♀️💦 #fatdogslim#barkingheads#fitlife#unipets
Making and underwater terrarium, the sea monkey population got so big at one point that some have been transferred here... It was only supposed to hold plants but ahh well 💁
The population has decreased in my first tank to only about 10 from I'd say 50+, but the eggs are now beginning to hatch and so I have started to notice the life cycle beginning again.
Fascinating. There are still some mature sea monkeys alive but mostly they are in the juvenile stages or juuuust about hatching. I expect we will see a lot more going on soon.
The good thing about having plants in the big tank is that it is pretty much self sustaining. The plants oxygenate the water and there is decay causing alge for them to eat. Plants definately make a difference but so long as you are careful to oxygenate a Sea Monkey Kit tank and monitor feedings like a hawk (and by hawk I mean legit do screw all bar make sure the water doesn't get cloudy and feed every 5 days to a week if the water is clear.) They are super easy going.
Sea monkey feeding Day 5. Some are getting quite big now. I'd say around 1-2mm which considering how small they were when they hatched is incredible growth over 5 days. They have over doubled in size! You can start to make out little feet and their tails now whereas before they were lill swimming dots. #seamonkeys#brineshrimp#unilife#unipets#day5#growingwell#zoestribe
Keeping your tank oxygenated is important or your sea monkeys can suffocate due to high levels of carbon dioxide, either because the algae growing uses the oxygen or there are too many monkeys in a tank. An easy way to do this is to blow (very) gently through a straw periodically throughout the day. Or you can buy the sea monkey endorsed air bubble thing; but a lot of people online say it stops working or you don't really need one. Anyway, a straw is cheaper and being a #student that is a big factor in my decision to use a straw. Baby sea monkeys require more oxygen and you are likely to see them swimming up to the top of the tank. A lack of oxygen in the tank can be indicated by sluggish sea monkeys or their dying off.