Are you looking to add more species to your guppy fish aquarium? Guppies are great in a species-only tank, but you can keep them with many other beautiful fish species too. If you would like to set up your own lively guppy community tank, this post is just for you!
Are you looking for an affordable pet fish to add to your aquarium? Getting started in the aquarium hobby doesn’t have to cost a small fortune, so in this article, I’ll be covering 10 cheapest pet fish that you can keep without breaking the bank.
Would you like to keep pet fish but don’t have much time to take care of them? All fish need regular care to stay healthy, but some fish are just so much easier to keep than others. In this post, we’ll highlight 15 amazing low-maintenance fish that you can keep. We’ll also cover the basics of fish care and tank maintenance so you know what to expect.
Are you looking for the perfect fish species for your freshwater aquarium? Choosing the right fish can be loads of fun, but also pretty hard work – there are over ten thousand species out there!
In this blog post, we’ll be checking out 30 of the best freshwater aquarium fish species in the world and hopefully, you’ll find what you’re looking for.
Fish keepers around the aquarium hobby love various fish species—with distinct patterns, sizes, and color variations. Some like to grace their tanks with fun, vibrant fish species while others opt for plain white fish species.
However, there is a portion of some people that admire the blackfish so much, that half of their tanks are filled with different varieties of blackfish.
Plecos are some of the most unusual freshwater aquarium fish in the hobby. These armored catfish make long-lived pets and can really help to keep algae in check. There are so many types of pleco fish out there that choosing the right species for your tank can be tough though. If you’re not sure which pleco to buy, this article is just for you!
Are you looking for some cool new fish for your aquarium? Maybe you’re setting up a new tank, or maybe you just want a few new fish for your community tank. Either way, we’ve got you covered. This article introduces 21 awesome fish that you will love watching in your tank!
If you’re an aquarium enthusiast, or if you’re just getting into keeping fish tanks, then you may be wondering what types of freshwater catfish are available. There are many different species to choose from, and some make better choices than others. In this article, we’ll take a look at 10 great freshwater catfish options, as well as 4 that you may want to avoid. So whether you’re looking for a new addition to your tank or just doing some research before making your purchase, read on for some helpful information!
Are you looking for some great new fish to add to your aquarium? Small freshwater fish are the most versatile options because you can keep them in small, medium, or even large aquariums!
There are so many small freshwater fish available in the hobby that choosing the perfect species can be quite a challenge! Well, this article will make your life a lot easier by introducing 21 amazing small fish species and giving you some great information on their care.
Are you looking for a new fish to add to your tank? Killifish can be a great choice for any tank, no matter the size. There are many different types of killifish, and each has its own unique personality and features. In this blog post, we will introduce you to the top 8 types of killifish. We’ll include pictures of each type so that you can get a better idea of what they look like. We’ll also discuss some of the pros and cons of keeping killifish as pets. So without further ado, let’s get started!
Have you thought about adding loaches to your freshwater aquarium? These amazing Asian fish are so versatile that there’s a species for just about any community setup. Loaches can add high activity levels to your tank, or just chill out on the bottom. One thing they all have in common is really interesting looks, however.
Do you have a snail problem? Some freshwater snails like bladder snails can become a pest in aquariums because they breed so fast that it seems like they are going to take over. The worst part is that these creatures often sneak into aquariums on plants and decorations without us even knowing.