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You can learn everything about fish aquariums from the very famous and inexpensive book:
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You are facing a problem if your yellow water is due to dissolved organic carbons. This is a waste issue. You have a DOC problem if your water is cloudy, you have no aquarium wood in your tank, fish are sick or dying and there is an unpleasant odor. You may see clumps of decaying waste or dead plants. This problem is more common in brand new tanks and tanks in which you've recently switched to a new type of food. Improper filtration, infrequent water changes, dying plants, dead fish or invertebrates in the tank, overcrowding, leftover fish food and uncured gravel all contribute to DOC. Dissolved organic compounds can cause "toxic blooms," whereby microorganisms growing in the DOC deplete the oxygen in your tank and cause fish death.
The 15 most beautiful aquarium fish in the world Infographic ~ Salt water tanks.
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Hi Badette,
You have nothing to worry about hanging the galloping horses on top of the aquarium.
As for the 5 fishes, here’s a good answer by Uncle Dixer that you can refer to:
-Victor Are there any fish missing? Is a dead tropical fish decaying unnoticed behind your aquarium decor?
Photo provided by FlickrOnce you’ve decided, here’s a list of ten of the best freshwater aquarium fish for beginners.
Photo provided by Flickrdennis can you please tell me can i keep a turtle and some fish in the same aquarium?
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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!So you've went out and bought some fish and the store told you to acclimate the fish by floating the bag in the tank for 15 minutes and then release them into your aquarium. Right? Wrong! The only thing floating the bag accomplishes is that it brings the water in the bag closer to the temperature of the water in your tank. We need to be concerned about more than just temperature. The aquarium water chemistry is just as important as the temperature when it comes to acclimating fish.
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!Fish can go for several weeks without food. Some believe they can go for 3 or more weeks even. Yes, this is true believe it or not and your fish will be fine while you're away. Your tank may even look cleaner when you get home from vacation since there should be less wastes in the water from the lack of fish food entering the aquarium and less wastes being produced from fish eating that fish food.Aquarium Fish Care While On Vacation Tips - What to do?
Time for vacation! You've been working hard all year long and it's finally time for that well deserved vacation. Ah, just to think about it gives me the vacation fever. The time is drawing near and you suddenly realize - what the heck am I going to do about the aquarium and fish care? Who's going to feed the fish? What do I need to do to get my fish tank ready before I leave on my trip? There are several things to keep in mind and we'll try to help you get things in order before you leave so you can have a stress free and relaxing vacation not worrying about your fish and your aquarium!Make sure you give the fish sitter a phone number to reach you at while on vacation just in case of an emergency with your fish or tank. A leak could develop, the heater could stick in the on position leading to a rise in temperature, the automatic water top off system could stick in the on position, etc. Remember Murphy's law here - "Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong at the worst possible time". Write down a small list of tasks you'd like for them to do. Keep it short and don't put anything that is not absolutely essential. Here is a sample aquarium list of things you could ask your fish sitter to take care of: