the flounder has died

The flounder has very sadly passed away. He died due to starvation we did feed him but he didn’t like squid very much so he refused to eat. the flounders name was the flounder. The fish was found dead December 3 2018 he was two years old when he died. He will hopefully live a good life in fish heaven. He will be missed. R.I.P flounder┬á

 

mrs.cogans crab

Grace and i have the tank in ms.cogans room with a blue crab. Its a blue average size crab with some white underneath the crab. He will often eat two small squid tentacles­čÉÖ, and sometimes he will eat a medium size squid piece. The salinity ans ph level in his water have been good. i will often clean the glass on the outside of the tank or either feed the crab. And sometimes when grace cleans the inside of the tank he try to cling onto the brush and “attack it,” but overall hes been doing great ­čśŐ

Baby Blue Crab

I take care of the baby blue crab in the living skills room. It is very small, and it swims around the tank excitedly when I put the food in. The crab eats a small sized squid tentacle. When taking care of this tank, I first feed him his food. Then, I take the water quality using the test strips. Next, I clean the inside with an algae brush, and the outside with vinegar water. Finally, I fill the tank to t’s fill line. I always enjoy cleaning my tank and taking care of the baby blue crab.

Tank 20

In our tank we have a hungry bass. It is amazing to take care of it. It eats tentacles and eats till it cant eat anymore. My job is to either clean the inside or out . The bass can be a hassle but that’s the fun part. This lovable bass will make anyone happy.

Cafe Tank and Tank 19 at BTW

Me and my group take care of the tank in the cafeteria and tank 19 in the lab. The cafeteria tank has an Eel inside which we feed multiple pieces of squid, the Eel is always somewhere different in a blink of an eye and will not hesitate to charge your hand for a piece of food. The Eel is around 10 inches in length. My job at this tank is to clean the outside and inside of the tank. In tank 19 there is a roughly 8 inch long Oyster Toad. You may think of it as a real Toad, but an Oyster Toad is a brown fish with the most stupid (but funny) expression on his face. The fish also has patterns all over itself to blend in in the wild. We feed 5-7 pieces of small squid to it and my job is to clean off the tank and the water level.

 

 

 

Tank 25

In tank 25 there is a Jack Dempsey named Bubbles. He has cool colors on his side which make him more unique. He eats squid pieces and eats a good amount. My job in this tank is to clean the inside which includes, moving around the rocks and cleaning the tanks inside glass.

Tank 25

A Jack Dempsey lives in tank 25. His name is Bubbles!!! He usually eats 4-5 small squid pieces but he has been getting skinnier so we had to start feeding him as much as he could keep down. Sometimes, Bubbles eats but a minute later he coughs up 2 or more of the squid pieces we fed him. If he doesn’t start eating properly he can’t gain weight and be a healthy fishy. There is no need to fill water because the tank does that itself. We also need to be very careful when cleaning Bubbles’s tank because we feed him before so he will stay calmer. It works unless you accidentally touch him with the algae brush. He will hurl some more. We are trying harder to get Bubbles to eat and hope he survives.

Tank 25

In tank 25, a Jack Dempsey lives happily. This fish is roughly the size of 2 large hands placed on top of each other. His name is Bubbles. In this tank I clean the inside using an algae brush and the outside using a rag and vinegar. His usual meal is 10 small pieces of squid, which he eats with ease. I enjoy taking care of this tank because you never know what Bubbles may do, for example on many occasions he has coughed up his food and then eats it again. Taking care of Bubbles keeps me on my toes!