Archive for the Freshwater Category


Fish Tanks And Supplies

Depending on what type of aquarium you are going to setup will determine the fish tank and supplies needed. This article will attempt to give the basics needed for the novice aquarist so that your new hobby is enjoyable with the least amount of stress. Size, shape and location will determine whether you are going […]

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Feeding Aquarium Fish

What’s so hard about feeding aquarium fish? Throw food in the tank and forget about it. Ok, sarcasm aside, feeding your fish, or rather overfeeding your fish is the number one mistake that hobbyists make when caring for their fish tank. Even experienced aquarists will tip the flake or pellet fish food over the water […]

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Tropical Fish Tank Plants

You’ve decided to set up a freshwater aquarium and are trying to figure out what tropical fish tank plants you want to put in with your fish. Plastic and silk plants are out because you want to tackle live plants. If your local pet store or fish store doesn’t carry many varieties of freshwater plants, […]

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Fresh Water Fish Aquariums

Fresh water fish aquariums can be extremely satisfying to keep in your home or office. Once one has determined to keep fresh water fish, the next thing is to determine what fish species you would like to have. Most people choose to keep community fish because there are a large selection of tropical fish that […]

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Fish Aquarium Rocks

Because of the numerous choices in fish tank decorations, it is easy to overlook fish aquarium rocks. Whether it’s lava rock, rainbow rock, Texas holey rock, lace rock, “glass rock”, and a myriad of man made rocks for freshwater and saltwater aquariums or live base rock and premium live rock for reef aquariums, rock can […]

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Fish Tanks For Goldfish

Fish tanks for goldfish? Not just bowls? A bowl might be just fine, if it’s ten gallons, maybe. And it has a filter system. Ok. Bowls typically don’t have any filtration. So the fish is left to basically die from the poison created by its own waste. Goldfish bowls also give your pet no place […]

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