Dendro Corals: The Best Aquatic Resource for Your Aquarium
If you had tried scuba diving, surely you had seen the beauty of the ocean and what’s within it: fishes, dolphins, and coral reefs. The breathtaking view is more than what you can imagine if you will just based it on books, magazines, TV documentary reports, or Internet articles and not see it on person. For that reason, it wouldn’t be a surprise if you will also want to bring even half of that beauty inside your house, office, or other places you usually spend a lot of time with. It may sound impossible, but, yeah, you can make it happen by putting an aquarium anywhere you want to.
Nevertheless, with the variety of aquatic resources sold in the market today, which do you think are best for your aquarium? Fishes? Oh, they are perfect! But, what about focusing on another amazing aquatic creature which can also give fulfillment and satisfaction after a tiresome day at work: Dendro Corals.
Also known as Dendrophyllia Dendero Corals have extended tentacles and distinguish because of its yellow and orange color, perfect for your little sanctuary.
However, just like other aquatic creature, Dendro Corals also need proper care and love in order for them to live. One of the best ways to do that is to feed them. Nevertheless, since they will be living in an aquarium, you must maximize the artificial food properly. By doing this, your Dendro Corals can consume the food properly and be able to grow beautifully.
To help you do that, listed below are some feeding pointers:
1. Bigger space – If you are planning to put a lot of Dendro Corals in one aquarium, make sure that it is big enough for them to move around and breath. Remember, just like human beings, aquatic creatures will also grow so they will need bigger space in whatever they do including eating.
2. Right food – Coral reefs differ from their specie so their food can also differ from each other. For this reason, it is essential to choose the right kind of food so your Debdro Corals can receive proper supplements and nutrition. The most common food that you can choose from include métier food such as fish flesh, scallops, mussels, pellet and planktons.
3. Regular feeding – Unlike other species of coral reefs, Dendro Corals are non-photosynthetic, so they must eat regularly. Apart from that, it is also helpful not to put too much light in the aquarium so they will not be disturb during the feeding session.
Debdro Corals are indeed beautiful but, ensuring that they are well taken care of and feed regularly can help them grow more and live longer.
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