So you decided that it’s time to research your new pet and an obvious question popped up.
So you just came back from the pet store and got inspired to research stuff you can’t usually see there?
Let me guess – you went on to feed your goldfish as usual but noticed something disturbingly out of place.
At one point, I was researching those mysterious salamander pets because I wanted one and came up with the idea that I should get it some companions.
Using over-the-counter solutions as a quick fix might be convenient, but it does come with some risks.
There’s nothing more discouraging than waking up to see your aquascape in ruin.
Ever since I began my fishkeeping journey, I’ve always tried to retain the sense of novelty by digging around the various corners of the internet for new sorts of fish.
One of my first disappointments in life came at an early age.
Unlike other animals that can regulate their own body temperature, fish have to entirely rely on their environment.
Choosing the right aquatic pets for a small aquarium requires much more than simply checking their size.
As a student, my teachers kept telling me how procrastinating will some day ruin my life.
When I was 10 years old, my father took me to our local fish store for the first time.
Walking by your tank and seeing it suddenly become murky can be disheartening.
Telling when one of your tiny aquatic pets is about to give birth can be confusing.
When I first encountered these fish in a documentary about the deadliest foods, I immediately got enthralled by their fatal charm.
Aquatic invertebrates require a slightly different type of care than fish.
Most marine organisms require a large amount of space in order to thrive.
Are you fed up with the never-ending algal growth and debris polluting your aquarium?
The popular saying, “size doesn’t matter” may sound appealing to some, but it certainly doesn’t hold any truth when it comes to aquarium sizes.
After overcoming the initial hurdles of setting up your first aquarium, you begin to notice a strange yet compelling force that beckons you to buy another tank.
Overestimating the meal sizes of our aquatic pets can seriously impact their well-being.
When you’re limited by the size of your tank, you’re forced to find creative solutions to the challenges you face.
When I first began my fishkeeping journey, I felt overwhelmed by all of the information that I had to learn.
It’s no secret that every aquatic species has specific dietary preferences which are essential to its well-being.
As someone who loves nature, I’ve always felt inclined to fill my fish tanks with as many plants as I can, including house plants.