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Good Starter Fish For The Saltwater Aquarium

January 31, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

By Peter B. Cunningham Once all the research, planning and waiting is complete and the aquarium is full of water and has finally finished cycling you will finally be ready to introduce your first fish. It is important to ensure that you make the right choice though as there are some fish which are suitable […]

Removal Of Fish From Your Aquarium

December 24, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Richard Gilliland Removing dead fish is a very simple process actually, but you have to be sure the fish is really dead. Dead fish will temporarily sink to the bottom of the aquarium, but then soon enough, they will begin floating in the tank in the infamous belly-up position. This is the time when […]

How To Set Up A Quarantine Tank For Tropical Fish

July 28, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Mike Magnum Do I Need A Quarantine Tank? Ah, yes, the often dismissed but very necessary part of the tropical fish hobby, the infamous quarantine tank. Do you really need one to be successful in this hobby? For freshwater fish you may be able to get by without having one. Freshwater fish are generally […]

Maintain Tank Temperature With A Fish Tank Chiller

April 12, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

As the name suggests, fish tank chillers are designed to keep the water in your fish tank cool in warmer climates. They are mainly used in marine aquariums where fish tend to be highly sensitive to temperature although fancy goldfish in tropical climes also benefit from the use of a fish tank chiller. An additional […]

Hardy Fish for a Beginning Aquarium

March 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Cole Carson Having an aquarium is a very rewarding, enjoyable experience. There are so many different kinds of fish, aquariums, and fillers out there that you can completely customize your own aquarium to you. Fish are fun to watch, and the soft trickling of water adds a wonderfully natural ambience to any room. They […]