If you’ve ever been to a pet store, you’ve probably been amazed by schools of tiny neon-colored fish in their tanks- tetra fish. These small fish are easily one of the most popular choices for tropical freshwater aquariums.
Are you considering an exotic fish breed to spice up your hobby? Getting a Flowerhorn Cichlid will definitely not disappoint. In this article, we will look at everything you need to know to care for your new exotic pet.
Let’s dive right in and start learning all we can about this extraordinary aquatic critter.
Rainbow sharks or Ruby sharks are quirky and fun freshwater aquarium fish that are commonly found in the river basins of Thailand. Although popular, rainbow sharks are not common among novice keepers. Knowing this, I set up a complete beginner guide to give you an idea about this fish that usually prefers to stay alone.
Are you thinking of starting a new aquarium project with an axolotl as the star of the show? Setting up the ultimate axolotl tank isn’t as difficult as it seems. In this article, we will look at everything you need to know to set up the best home for your new pet.
When you think of colorful fish, your mind probably goes straight to coral reefs swarming with tropical fish like clownfish and tangs. The truth is, it’s not only tropical reef fish that can bring intense color to home aquariums, our freshwater friends can be just as bright and colorful!
In this guide, I’ll introduce you to 21 of the most colorful freshwater fish for your tank. I’ll also give you a crash course on how to care for them, so if you’re new to the wonderful world of fishkeeping, you can get started in the right way.
Performing water changes is the most important thing you can do to maintain a beautiful aquarium with healthy fish. For many aquarists, knowing when, and just how much water to change can be a bit of a guessing game.
Clownfish are one of, if not, the most popular fish in all of the aquarium hobby. These saltwater fish have been made popular by Pixar’s animated film, Finding Nemo, but their bright colors and easy care secure their spot at number one. There are many types of clownfish that you can purchase due to breeder efforts.
The Dojo Loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus), is an awesome freshwater fish that makes a really great addition to freshwater aquariums. These eel-shaped fish have loads of personality and can be very entertaining to watch as they explore the bottom of the fish tank.
In this article, I’ll cover everything you need to know about Dojo Loach care, so let’s get started!
In the quest for the most beautiful planted tank, aquarists have long experimented with getting the perfect dosing schedule down that ensures optimum plant growth, without plant deficiencies and minimal algae. You’ve probably heard of dosing liquid fertilizers and root tabs, but there is another way of managing the nutrient levels in your tank.
The Estimative Index (EI) is a more measured and hands-on approach, but it is great for the more advanced aquarist who takes plant growing seriously and is ready to take the aquarium hobby to the next level. In this article, I’ll break down exactly how it works, and teach you everything you need to know to get you started.
Freshwater aquarium snails are common aquarium creatures that sometimes get a pretty bad rap in the hobby. There are pros and cons to keeping these inverts, but usually, there are a whole lot more benefits than drawbacks.
In this article, I’ll help you choose the right types of aquarium snails for your tank, and teach you what you need to know to keep them healthy. If you’re dealing with unwanted snails, you’ll find some great tips here too to help you keep them under control.
Are you looking for the best 125 gallon aquarium? Well, you are in luck today as I look at the various options that you can purchase at this size. An aquarium of this size is a large investment and requires more research and consideration than smaller tanks.
I’m hear today to help you on your aquarium journey. I’ll go through my criteria than walk you through the best 125 gallon aquariums available online. Online purchasing is a pressure free experience compared to going to the local fish store. By the end of this I hope you have a better understanding at what you want and where to go get it. Let’s dive in!
It’s hard to not be impressed by an aquarium with a thick carpet of bright green grass plants covering the bottom of the tank. Many beginners start with other plants like java ferns and java moss, before working their way up to carpeting plants. The fact is that growing a green carpet of plants at the bottom of your aquarium is something anyone can do with the right species and knowledge.