Have you considered adding some lush green growth to your fish tank? Tall aquarium plants are ideal for the background of freshwater aquariums, but they also make great features for the middle of larger tanks. In this guide, I’ll be introducing 15 excellent species that you can grow in your own tank.
Ask any saltwater hobbyist and you’ll find that one of their favorite fish belongs to the blenny family. Marine blennies are small yet full of personality and color that bring excitement to the lower portions of any reef tank. Not only are these fish the perfect size for any aquarium setup, but they are perfectly happy with almost any species of reef fish. They’re fun and easy to keep and might even clean up some nuisance algae along the way.
Have you seen an Iridescent Shark at your local fish store? They usually are cute and at the store. However, they get massive and the vast majority of aquarist will not be able to keep them. This is an article much like the Redtail catfish I create on this blog so I educate others about how inappropriate they are for most tank setups.
Creating a captivating pet seahorse aquarium in your home requires knowledge and commitment. If you have the right information about caring for these fascinating creatures, then they can become an amazing centerpiece of any room! For starters, it’s important to select healthy and well-suited seahorses that are tailored to thrive in an aquarium environment. You must also ensure ideal water conditions so that their unique behaviors will be seen at its best. With dedication and effort put into taking care of them, there’s no doubt your pet seahorses will blossom with life!
Have a big tank and don’t know how to fill it? Pufferfish are considered to be some of the most charismatic fish in the aquarium hobby. These fish are curious and smart and love to interact with both their surroundings and their owners. Saltwater pufferfish in particular are some of the largest species of fish with an appetite to match, so tank setup and diet are essential for a thriving puffer.
Are you setting up a new aquarium? If so, this guide is just for you! Relax, get comfortable, and read along to learn about 10 popular types of fish tanks you can set up and some important information about the different sizes, shapes, and materials to choose from.
In the aquarium hobby, betta fish is as old as the hills. And no wonder people love it so much that they always keep at least one in their aquarium. Out of many fascinating reasons why betta fish became so popular; one is their amazing size!
Most people know that fish can’t live without water, but not many know why. Out of water, a fish is unable to breathe and slowly suffocates. However, fish can also die if kept in water that isn’t suitable for them long-term.
Are you planning on adding a new betta fish to your tank? Acclimating your new pet properly is very important to make the process as comfortable as possible and prevent unwanted problems like spreading diseases or introducing pests to your aquarium.
While this sounds good as a practice, the thing is that a betta needs more than water and a container. This is where Betta Fish Toys can come into play. These toys can be used to provide some entertainment and enrichment for your fish. However, what’s the Best Betta Fish Toys available?
I get this email or message a lot through my email or YouTube channel. Hobbyists, usually brand new, often tell me about their betta fish and their issues. Often, it stems from poor conditions or a question that all centers around the topic of this blog post.
Do Betta Fish Need A Filter?
It’s never easy losing a pet, but having a fish die after a very short period of time has unfortunately become normalized. The truth is that most species of fish in the aquarium hobby can live for years on end given proper conditions. When those conditions aren’t met, hobbyists end up with a tank full of dead fish. Betta fish husbandry is no different.