owl starfish discovery, ^_^ zebra wombat discovery, *sniffles* The first thing you should do is check your child’s water supply. Make sure that their tank has enough water. You may want to add a few plants or invest in a new faucet if the old one leaked. If you’re the parent of an adult wolverine, this means you know how to make sure your kids drink clean water. Now, on to the list…
Get a scope upon arrival
One of the best things you can do for your wolverine is get a scope. This will give you an inside look at his tank, what’s in there, and how he’s likely to react to different things you and your kids might try. With a scope, you can check for signs of blacklife, bright yellow jackets, and other wildlife in your tank. This will make you more informed about your water and give you a clear view of what you should be looking for. The best time to get a scope is in the breeding season, when most of the animals are around. If you’re lucky, you might even spot one of your own species.
Make sure the water is still hot
If you’re in the mood for some extra Special Day Zones, or are simply looking for a change of pace, a hot water tank will give you a better indication of what’s in your tank. Hot water is usually the result of over-watering, and can be a sign of too much dead space in the tank. In hot water, the water is hot, and the krill and fish are more likely to stick. This is great for kids, as they can explore their water further and make more food. But remember, it’s not a good idea to add too much water because it’ll turn your tank into a saltwater tank if you don’t mind a little maintenance.
Check out the filter and tubing
You’re probably reading this because you’re looking for ways to increase the life of your fish. As noted above, a good water sample is crucial to a good water testing procedure. Also, if you notice any changes in the texture or color of your water, it will further strengthen your test. This means you should be looking for signs of re-coloration on the side of the tank, where the water enters. A good water sample will be free of bacteria, vermine, and other unwanted aquatic life.
Wash it frequently
If you really want to get the most out of your wolverine, you should be washing your tank at least monthly. Water changes are necessary because without them, the animals will quickly become faced with too much water and become unhealthy. If your tank is a bit less frequent than recommended, you’re probably doing the right thing. Tapping the bottom once or twice a week will help your animal to get back on track. Ideally, you’d want to do this monthly, but in some cases, you may have to make do with weekly water changes.
Test for any parasites before making your life’s choices
If you’re in the mood for drastic changes, you can always give your baby wolverine a liver shot. While liverTF isn’t the best way to go, most experts recommend giving your baby wolverine a liver shot. This is because the parasite that causes liver problems is a sure-fire way to get your tank full of unwanted animals.
Diversification if you can’t see beyond the tap-top
If you’re looking to get creative with your lots of fish, or have a limited amount of water, you can always go beyond the tap-top. Add some plastic bags to the water flow, and fill them with an occasional fish meal. This will make the water more drinkable, and encourage more fish to swim in it. If you’re really into giving your fish a boost, you can also offer them an occasional fish meal and a drink. This will make the water healthier, and encourage them to stay healthy by eating more regularly.
You will have to feed them on occasion, but no more than once a day if you buy from a big box store. If you buy from a big box store, make sure you put them in a plastic bag with some air out before throwing them away 15 minutes after use.