This name generator generates 15 names, which usually fit most smaller fish types, but many of them also fit bigger fish, such as sharks and water mammals, like dolphins. There are a number of types of names from normal, "human" names to cute, funny and other names. The names in this generator are usually more friendly, but there are also many more fierce sounding names. You will find many names that work for many different animals when you are still stuck with inspiration (links at the bottom of this page).
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Fish are a very diverse group of animals, ranging from freshwater through to saltwater. Fish vary tremendously in size, shapes, and color. There is a fish out there for just about everything. In fact, some types of fish are quite rare, being restricted to a very few species in their natural habitats. The world's largest known fish is the blue Marlin, weighing in at over twenty thousand pounds. Most species in the world live in freshwater environments. Although fish range widely, they have been domesticated and are eaten in many countries around the world.
Fish, as pets, need just a little care and attention, as most fish are relatively easy to care for. Fish, however, will thrive on a well-balanced diet consisting of protein, carbohydrates, and fat. They also need to be regularly fed, but that depends on the species and age. Fish are also susceptible to a number of diseases. Most of these can be avoided by following a healthy and regular diet. One of the commonest diseases affecting fish is fin rot, which is caused by an excess of ammonia, usually caused by poor filtration or poor diet.
The best way to prevent disease in your fish is to provide a good bacteria. This bacteria can be obtained from a pet store or from online sources. The good bacteria like Trichoderma can reduce the risk of diseases in fish. This bacteria is produced by the body when it is not required. If left in the water for a long period of time, these bacteria may form toxic compounds called volatile sulfur compounds, a byproduct of the metabolism. When this occurs, the fish's normal metabolic processes become sluggish and this can cause a number of conditions, including disease and other problems. The best way to prevent this is to always remove any excess waste from the water before it can be decomposed and use filtered water.