Introducing New Live Rock To Your Aquarium
If you want to establish corals and anemones in your saltwater aquarium, then you need live rock as a base that they can build on. However, adding live rock is not as simple as finding it and placing it in your tank. In fact, if you introduce uncured live rock to an established reef tank, then you could throw your tank out of cycle. Here are some things you should know about new live rock, whether you should cure it, and how to begin to the curing process.
This Is Why Your Vet Wants Your Cat To Have X-Rays For Vomiting
When it comes to X-rays, most people think that they're just useful for looking at the bones in the body. While this is a useful purpose for them, X-rays can catch other things, too. If your veterinarian is suggesting that your cat should have X-rays because they've been vomiting, this is why. Blockage One of the potential causes for vomiting that an X-ray can detect is a gastrointestinal blockage. This is a problem where something—usually a foreign body, like hair or a rubber band—gets swallowed by your cat.