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.
Loss of coloration is a common symptom of illness in aquarium fish.
For me, taking proper care of aquarium fish means recreating their natural environment as closely as possible.
Taking care of Nerite snails might be a piece of cake when it comes to their well being, but do you know what to do with all the tiny white dots that suddenly cover the whole fish tank?
There was this one time when space constraint became the reason I opted out of a large marine fish tank and instead went for a tiny one.
If you’ve personally seen a 300-gallon fish tank up close you know how tiny it makes you feel.
You’ve heard about the power of the ultraviolet spectrum, but should you trust your aquarium with it?