Watching a group of fish that swim together in unison can bring a feeling of order to even the most chaotic aquascape.
This is not uncommon: everything is going according to plan in your pond when, seemingly out of nowhere, algae starts rearing its ugly head.
Here’s a scenario for you: You would love to keep a cool suckermouth catfish but the limited space in your home doesn’t justify keeping a large aquarium.
Many fish-keepers prefer to have a compact aquarium because of limited room space.
Having some snails in the aquarium may be good for regulating the algae growth, but sometimes things get out of control, and you find yourself in the middle of a snail infestation.
As hobbyists, we know how it feels when passing by a beautiful fish tank full of healthy, unique fish.
Chilly aquarium water is more natural and relatively easy to achieve at home, considering it is synonymous with room temperature.
It goes without saying that whether a fish is beautiful or not, it first needs to be friendly to others in order to qualify as a good addition for a crowded fish tank.