From Siamese fighting fish to salmon sharks, this post is all about fish that start with S! Read along to learn about 30 species, including some awesome fresh and saltwater fish that you can keep in your own aquarium.
Are you struggling to maintain a healthy and stable environment for your aquatic friends? Fear not, because you’re about to discover safe and effective strategies on how to raise pH in aquarium water, ensuring the well-being of your fish. Let’s dive into the world of pH levels and learn how to keep our finned friends happy and healthy!
Have you ever thought about adding a fascinating crayfish to your aquarium, but you’re unsure what crayfish tank mates would be the best fit? Worry no more! In this blog post, we’ll guide you through understanding crayfish behavior, their ideal tank environment, and our top 10 recommendations for compatible crayfish tank mates. Let’s dive in!
Have you ever seen a fish that has been around for 400 million years and resembles a mix between an eel and a snake? Meet the Senegal Bichir, also known as the Dinosaur Bichir. With their unique appearance and predatory nature, creating a community tank with these ancient creatures requires careful consideration of their tank mates. Ready to dive into the world of Bichirs and discover the best Bichir tank mates for them? Let’s get started!
Despite having small stomachs, Siamese Fighting fish are prone to obesity, bloating, and other health issues because of overfeeding. Betta fish are popular for their voracious eating habits, which means, they will continue stuffing themselves until their bellies are about to explode.
The discus fish is one of the world’s most sought-after freshwater aquarium species and they are often referred to as the king of aquarium fish. These cichlids have been bred into a multitude of amazing colors and patterns. Some you can find at your local fish store, but others are rare and valuable.
Are you planning on creating a harmonious and gorgeous home for your female betta fish? Then this is the right place to be! Female Siamese fighting fish, otherwise known as “bettas,” have unique personalities and characteristics. Finding tank mates that can co-exist peacefully with these colorful creatures, while easier than with male bettas, can still be challenging.
Ever wondered how to create a stunning aquatic environment featuring the captivating Rainbow Shark? Look no further! We have compiled an extensive guide to help you find the perfect “rainbow shark tank mates” that will create not only a harmonious living space but also an eye-catching spectacle for fish enthusiasts and casual observers alike. So, let’s dive into the world of Rainbow Sharks and discover the ideal companions for these fascinating creatures.
Ah, the Convict Cichlid. This is one of the more difficult fish to find a tankmate for. They are aggressive and territorial and are extremely prolific breeders. In this blog post, we do all the research for you so you can choose the best Convict Cichlid Tank Mates for your aquarium. Ready to get started? Let me provide a quick summary first:
Red Tailed sharks are lovely looking fish with a hidden dark side. This aggression makes it difficult to keep many community fish in the same tank with them. Choosing compatible Red Tail Shark tank mates can make a world of difference in cultivating an immersive underwater paradise that allows every species to prosper – and today we will help you find the best red tail shark tanks mates for your aquarium setup!
In this blog, I’ve covered a lot about maintaining water quality and ideal tank water requirements for your fish. But, today I’ll talk about rather serious issues, i.e., dealing with water hardness. We’ll also discuss general hardness gh and carbonate hardness. Also, how does hard water affect your aquatic plants and livestock.
No, fish with big foreheads are not smarter than fish with small foreheads. Instead, big foreheads can be used to attract mates, deter competitors, avoid predators, and even provide internal benefits to the fish. At the same time, these evolutions can make for some strange-looking fish!