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Article about the common aquarium types as well as reasons for keeping a fish tank in your home.
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Now that you know a little more about the fish you wish to keep, youknow how large of a fish tank you will need. Look through your homeand select a location for your new aquarium. How much space can youallocate to the fish tank and accessories? Remember to account forspace between the fish tank and the wall for , tubing, and/or cords.
See a Petco associate for the right type of freshwater aquarium fish for your water tank.
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Thank you for your reply. After years of not having problems, this did all start when I added the decoration. I got 7 guppies and a male molly too at that time. Some of the guppies had babies, then they all died except for one male. So did the mollies (I already had a female). Even one of the red-tipped finned tetras died, but the other 3 remain. One cory catfish died, but the other catfish are fine, including the Plecostamus. Today I notice the male guppy "feels better," when he seemed somewhat distressed before. It seems all the babies are doing fine. The tank is a 30 gallon. I had put one dose of ich Rx in there, then afterwards, some dissolving fungus pills, as a safeguard. Then it said wait a few days and do a water change before adding more pills. I'm waiting and watching to see if I even need to do that again. I had noticed one fish with a tail problem, but it could've been bitten as well. But that fish did die. The only sickness I noticed was horizontal positioning and gill inflammation, and wriggle waggle distress. What gets me is that the decoration was there, in the pet store, for aquariums. Why would they be selling things that can poison your fish? Once you’ve decided, here’s a list of ten of the best freshwater aquarium fish for beginners.
Photo provided by FlickrHere are seven easy care freshwater aquarium fish for those who decided on a heated tank.
Photo provided by FlickrExplore Petco for your fish bowl or desktop aquarium and find the setup that best suits your needs.
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FishLore provides aquarium fish tank information for tropical fish hobbyists, covering both freshwater and saltwater aquariums. We present aquarium fish tank information in an easy to understand way so that more can enjoy our wonderful hobby! Consider joining us on the forum where you will find people that like to talk about fish tanks as much as you!Welcome to the freshwater aquarium fish guide where you can learn how to set up, keep, and maintain freshwater aquarium fish. Go at your own pace and if you have questions don't hesitate to visit the forum to ask a question. There are always lots of friendly members online to help out with your questions.
The goal of Fish Lore is to present accurate saltwater fish, tropical freshwater fish and aquarium fish information in a way that every fish keeper can understand. If you feel some of the aquarium fish information on Fish Lore should be updated or changed, please let us know! See you on the forum!Removing animals from the wild can have serious consequences-both for their survival as a species and for their habitat. But the effects vary from species to species. Green chromide fish, for instance, are quite plentiful in the wild, says Rhyne, and their "population is under no threat at all from [aquarium] collection." On the other hand, species like the —the fish that was based on—have been overcollected and are in danger in the wild.Welcome to our Saltwater Aquarium Fish Guide! On this page you will find articles that will get you started on the right path when setting up that first saltwater aquarium setup. There is a lot to learn if you have never kept a fish tank before, but don't get discouraged. The learning process can be quite fun and probably the best advice that we can pass along is to always do your research before you buy anything for your aquarium. Good luck and if you have any questions don't hesitate to hop on the Fish Lore forum and ask a question. There are lots of hobbyists on the forum that are willing to help.Live fish make fishermen a lot more money than dead ones, so more and more fishermen have turned from supplying the fish-for-food trade to the fish-for-aquariums trade, according to the World Wildlife Fund. The marine aquarium trade is worth about a year.