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Learn everything you need to know about setting up an aquarium, how and what to feed your fish and dealing with possible health problems in your tank.

Tadpoles for Fish Tank

Randi Jones
Introduction You might have heard about a diversity  of pets since ages, but Tadpoles were not so common., The scenario has changed, Tadpole is now on the high popularity list

The Importance of the Nitrogen Cycle

Unfortunately, many people fail to properly understand the importance of the nitrogen cycle and as a result they tend to lose a lot of fish during the first week or

Tips for Lighting an Aquarium

Lighting is an important component in your aquarium to ensure your fish remain healthy and happy. Appropriate amounts of lighting provide important advantages to your aquarium, including: The reduction of

Guide to Buying Goldfish

While goldfish are certainly one of the most hardy fish, it is important to educate yourself about these fascinating species before you actually go out and buy additions for your

Understanding Fish Food

To ensure the survival of your fish, it is necessary to provide them with a balanced diet. Fish food can be kept dry in a refrigerator; however, fish like other

Guide to Buying an Aquarium

Buying an aquarium is a commitment which should be approached with careful thought and consideration. While aquarium keeping is considered to be an enjoyable hobby by many, it is always

All about Cichlids

Cichlids are a diverse group of fish which encompass numerous different varieties. These fish tend to exhibit a wide diversity of body shape, ranging from those which are more laterally

Freshwater Vs Saltwater Aquariums

When you first begin considering setting up an aquarium, the first question that may come to mind is whether you should set up a saltwater tank or a freshwater tank.

Understanding Live Plants and your Aquarium

While artificial plants are certainly plentiful there are numerous advantages to adding live plants to your aquarium. Perhaps the biggest advantage to adding live plants comes from the supply of