Are you battling with unsightly algae in your betta tank? Adding an algae-eater or three can be a great natural way to keep this common aquarium headache at bay. However, there’s a lot of thought that goes into selecting the right species for your particular tank.
If you’re in search of the smallest goldfish for your compact tank, you’ve come to the right place. This article lists the top breeds that don’t just fit in—they thrive in smaller aquatic environments. Get ready to explore options that celebrate size in small packages, tailored for limited spaces.
Are you an aquarium keeper who likes snakes more than fish in your aquarium? Fret not. There are many aquarists who love snakes and other reptiles. However, some prefer to keep fish that look like snakes.
It’s not uncommon to think this since you may have heard how big some species get. In today’s blog post, I will focus on small pleco species. These plecos are some of the smallest pleco species in the hobby and will fit in many community tanks. There are many options for you to choose from, but I’m focusing on my top 15, all with key info and photos to help you pick the best one for you!
Some fish are colorful, some fish are cute, and some fish look like dragons! In this post, we’ll be introducing 21 weird and wonderful fish, from little dragons just an inch or two long to massive sea monsters as long as a school bus!
Are you planning a new fish tank or just looking for a new small fish species to add to an existing community? Choosing new fish is super fun, but it can be tough to make the right choice.
There are plenty of fish with bright colors and complicated patterns, but what if you want something more minimal, like a stripe design? Stripes are a common pattern seen in animals, including both saltwater and freshwater fish. A striped fish can help break up solid colors and shapes, making for an interesting addition to the home aquarium.
Small places are cozy and inviting. But decorating small places while keeping things minimal is a challenge in itself. One popular decor choice for limited space is a fish aquarium that adds opulence, beauty, and warmth to your home, offices, or apartments.
Have you ever seen those brightly colored, almost glowing fish in aquariums and wondered what they are? Meet Glofish, a genetically modified freshwater species that has taken the aquarium hobby by storm. These unique fish not only bring a splash of vibrant color to your tank but also offer an interesting story behind their creation. In this blog post, we’ll explore the fascinating world of Glofish and guide you through the essential aspects of their care and maintenance.
The letter M might contain one of the fish you’re looking for! You might find it slightly challenging to think of any tropical fish species that start with the letter M, and that’s for a reason. While many fish start with M, they’re some of the lesser-known species available in the hobby. That isn’t to say they can’t make a great new addition to a freshwater or saltwater aquarium, though!
From prehistoric dinosaur-like fish that can walk on land to confirmed man-eaters, there’s no shortage of fascinating fish with names that start with B. In this post, we’ll be introducing thirty amazing fish that start with b, including 15 awesome species that you can keep in your own aquarium.
P is a great letter for tropical fish! Many of the most colorful yet hardiest species start with P, so you might not make it to Q too fast–which trust us, doesn’t provide nearly as many options. Here are some of the best fish that start with the letter P as well as some of the less common species available.