Neon Tetras are regarded as very challenging to breed because of the specific water conditions needed for it to happen.
Telling when one of your tiny aquatic pets is about to give birth can be confusing.
Aquatic invertebrates require a slightly different type of care than fish.
Overestimating the meal sizes of our aquatic pets can seriously impact their well-being.
When I first began my fishkeeping journey, I felt overwhelmed by all of the information that I had to learn.
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.
Imagine this: you’ve finally decided to diversify your freshwater tank with something more exotic.
It’s a smart move to research the level of commitment your new anemonefish requires.
There are a few things to consider when bringing a new pet fish to your home tank, or when transporting the aquatic animal to a new location.
Starting the aquarium you’ve envisioned is very exciting but often comes with unforeseen obstacles.
Are you after some miniature fish that are also full of personality?
You are in control of your fish tank, right until you have to leave town for a few days.
I can only assume that your fish tank is still battling that algae problem and you’ve finally decided to employ an “expert” cleaner to fight the intruder plant.
Betta fishes made a name for themselves as the aggressive little fin-nippers that would not really tolerate anything else moving in their tank.
You’ve been enjoying the magnificence of your Glofish for some time, but now you’ve decided to add some diversity to the picture.
Lately, you’ve been dreaming of having your own suckermouth pleco, but don’t really want to look after a 2 feet long monster.
First of all, let me point out that the “inch per gallon” rule does not apply to Glofish. Moreover, that rule is not and will never be correct for any species of fish. Imagine putting a 10-inch fish in a 20-inch (10 gallons) tank. With good filtration, It will probably survive, true, but will it be happy?