Fun Build Diy Indoor Fish Pond

Aug 20th

Indoor fish pond – The very first thing you should do is to find the exact location where you want to place your aquarium. One of the best places is on the wall. An indoor fish pond looks good in a forest or jungle mural as its background. Try not to place your pond in direct sunlight if you do not want to grow a few plants in the pond. Algae produce light when exposed to sunlight.

Very Small Indoor Fish Pond
Very Small Indoor Fish Pond

Select the type and size of the pond that fits your indoor fish pond location. You can go to your local market and buy some plastic dust of the style and size you prefer. You can usually find this plastic pond in the garden section of the market.

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Add fresh water on the indoor fish pond. Let the water filter flows in a week and you can change the water as it evaporates. Look for beautiful colored fish at your local pet store. You can buy gold fish or koi fish but avoid mixing gold fish and koi fish. Goldfish can starve because Koi fish grow larger than the gold fish. Use a special formula to prevent fish waste polluting their environment. The formula used in 1 inch of fish corresponding to 1 liter of water. Always feed your fish once a day with fish flakes.