Cuttlebone for birds. In fish tank also?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by leeishom, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. leeishomValued MemberMember

    Applying a cuttlebone into the tank, would this help supply fishes a goo source of calcium and also at the same time do not disturb the BB?
  2. jgon_Well Known MemberMember

    I've heard up people using cuttlebone in their tanks to help snails when they have a calcium deficiency, should be fine with fish too.
  3. TedsTankWell Known MemberMember

    Yes cuttlebone is soft and a good source of calcium for crustacians and some fish. It can also raise your Ph!!
  4. leeishomValued MemberMember

    Wooo, I do not want to raise PH.
    Thank you much for the input!!!!
  5. angelfish220Well Known MemberMember

    I had a turtle for quite a while, and I gave it cuttlebone often to keep its shell hard.
  6. leeishomValued MemberMember

    so, obviously its more beneficial for turtles, shrimps and such.

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