Giant gourami is large in size and mild in temperament. He has a strong body, wide breech fins, developed pectoral fins, a big mouth and a tongue. Giant gourami adult fish can grow to about 70 cm and can be mixed with other fish. Generally speaking, it is easier to raise. So how many years is the life span of Giant gourami? How long can a Giant gourami live?
The life span of the fish is closely related to the feeding. Under normal feeding, ensure that the water temperature of the living environment of the fish is about 22-26 degC. Although the water quality requirements are not very strict, forming regular water change and avoiding the common diseases of the fish can greatly improve the life span of the fish. There is also a certain relationship between the life span of the fish and the feeding mode. During the breeding period, many fish friends will recruit money and fish for mixed breeding.
To a large extent, the selection of tropical fish species mixed with financial fish will also play a negative role. We need to pay attention to the size of the mixed species, feeding food and other aspects of the impact, so as to achieve the goal of harmonious mixed breeding. Generally speaking, the life span of the Giant gourami is about 5-8 years, with a maximum of about 14 years. It is an aquarium in Japan’s qingjingze, with a weight of about 6kg. But there are also data that say that at least 15 years or more, these figures are uncertain, which is enough to show that there is a great relationship between the life span of the fish and the breeding.
It has a lot to do with other aspects such as raising the fish in peace time. We need to pay attention to ensuring a good water quality environment and controlling the water temperature. In addition to water quality and temperature, feeding should not be ignored. Before feeding, make sure that the food is clean and nutritious, which will play a positive role in the lifespan of the fish.