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.
Everyone who’s ever had a small aquarium has probably faced a number of difficulties in his choice of fish.
The survival of our pet fish partially depends on the number of minerals present in their environment.
Even though aquatic invertebrates and fish share the same environment, they don’t have equal dietary needs.
Have you ever wondered why some colors are more difficult to find in nature?
In the past, I used to wonder if my life would be any easier without the struggles of aquascaping.
We as hobbyists have a wide range of options when it comes to creating a unique-looking tank.
Not everyone is fortunate enough to live near the sea.
In the eyes of outliers, fishkeeping seems pretty straightforward.
Fish can be fickle creatures when it comes to company, so it’s not always easy to diversify your aquarium as you see fit.
Anyone who’s ever had an interest in exotic pet care has probably dealt with a lot of confusion when it comes to one specific amphibian.
Finding the right flora for your fish tank can be a challenge.
The maintenance of an aquarium is a balancing act that requires the adequate functioning of every component in the system.
I’m not exaggerating when I say that there’s a key element an aquarium needs to have in order to be a safe environment for pet fish.
One of the biggest reasons why I love this hobby is the sheer beauty that an aquarium can add to any living space.
Even if we offer a clean and quiet environment, we all have to deal with the eventuality of a death in our pets.
There’s nothing more aesthetically pleasing than having an aquarium full of colorful fish.
Noticing odd behaviors in your pet fish is always disturbing.
Imagine this: you’ve finally decided to diversify your freshwater tank with something more exotic.
Starting your first aquarium can seem a bit complex until you go over the basic necessities and what their function is.