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Aquarium Gravel
It should be clear by now that keeping an aquarium is a serious hobby. Some would even call it a vocation. Other than choosing the type of fish you will raise and the size of the aquarium, you will also need to decide on the type of aquarium substrate you’re going to use. One fairly common option is gravel. The...
Top 5 Tetra's
Tetras are some of best fishes for beginners. For the ease of taking care, feeding, and keeping them healthy, you will have an effortless time starting out on your way to having an aquarium you’ll be proud to show to your friends. Ideal Environment Tetras are a schooling species. The recommendation from many guru's is for customers to buy at least...
Fungus
Cotton fin fungus is a condition that typically affects aquarium fish with weak immune systems. The condition also goes by the name “Cotton Wool Disease”, characterized by the cotton wool growths on different parts of the affected fish. Although fairly common, it’s important to address the condition immediately before it can cause much damage. Without proper care, the disease...
betta fish for beginners
Betta Fish (also known as Siamese fighting fish) are one of the most popular freshwater fish for fish keepers, and are perfect for beginners. Originating from Thailand, these beautifully coloured fish are relatively easy to care for. However, as with all aquarium fish, there are certain things you need to know. That’s where we come in. This guide will...
Best Freshwater Fish
So you are ready to dive in to the tropical world that is fish keeping? Let me tell you, there is a lot of information out there, and a lot of fish too. If this is your first ever home aquarium, and you have never kept fish before, then this article is going to be the best possible starting...
Freshwater shrimps
  Red Cherry shrimps (Neocaridina denticulata sinensis) are freshwater shrimps that can be easily bred and maintained in an aquarium. Ranging in various shades of red, these shrimps make beautiful ornamental additions to any aquarium. They are also preferred by owners of aquariums for their immense appetite for organic detritus and algae, which make them useful cleaning agents for the...
How much should you feed our fish?
How Much Should You Feed Your Tropical Fish? Feeding tropical fish 1 – 3 times a day is enough. However, you should be careful of feeding only a small amount every time. Provide only that much food that your fishes can complete eating within a minute or two, any excess food can cause digestive problems, lead to pollution of aquarium...
What Do Guppies Eat?
The Most Comprehensive Guppies Care Guide On The Internet Guppies are one of the most common species of fish found in home freshwater tanks. They are a hardy fish that adapt well to most environments. The guppies’ natural habitat can be found in North-East & South America. It is native to many Islands, including Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, and the Virgin...
Minnow with Dropsy
Dropsy is a condition common among aquarium fish and is typically identified as a symptom rather than the actual disease. A fish showing signs of dropsy may be suffering from underlying problems that need to be separately addressed in order to solve the problem. For fish enthusiasts, here’s what you should know about Dropsy. Signs and Symptoms of Dropsy The defining...
Clownfish with whitespot
Ich (Ichthyophthirius multifiliis) or commonly called “white spot disease” is the most prevalent and persistent disease in both freshwater and saltwater fish. People who raise and farm fish or who have them as pets often encounter this disease. Without the proper action and treatment, ich can cause serious problems in fish and can result to their deaths. Knowing and...