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Keeping Tropical Fish

Explore Your Creativity With An Aquarium Explore Your Creativity With An Aquarium

Tropical fish one of the most amazing pets that one could keep in their home or... 

Lighting Aquarium Coral Lighting Aquarium Coral

Taking care of a coral is not something easy to do. But with the right amount of... 

Choosing Your Aquarium Fish - 5 Important Tips Choosing Your Aquarium Fish - 5 Important Tips

A short summary on what you should know before you purchase fish for an aquarium:   1.... 

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Fish Care

Treating The Water In Your Aquarium Treating The Water In Your Aquarium

The water in the tank is a vital element for the fish. Its quality has to be very... 

Six Reasons To Consistantly Change The Water In Your Aquarium Six Reasons To Consistantly Change The Water In Your Aquarium

Ph Levels pH means hydrogen potenz. This is the actual concentration of hydrogen... 

Food Tips For Healthy Aquarium Fish Food Tips For Healthy Aquarium Fish
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Packed dry food is almost all the time unbalanced and doesn’t assure the fish... 

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Fish Species

African Tooth Carp (Aphyosemion) African Tooth Carp (Aphyosemion)

The Genus Aphyosemion African Tooth Carp is the most favorite Carp Species because they are some of the most beautiful fish in the tank. One main recommendation from the fish breeders is that you use female carps and not males because the males can’t stand to be near other males fish. They become highly aggressive and they fight. They also like glass... [Read more of this review]

Upside Down Catfish (Synodontis nigriventris) Upside Down Catfish (Synodontis nigriventris)

The Upside Down Catfish is a fish from Central Africa, from the Congo Basin. The maximum length is 8cm (3.2 inches) and they should be in a 60cm (24 inches) long aquarium, with a 23 to 27C (73 to 81F) water temperature. They will enjoy eating insects, crustaceans, plant matter and dried food. This fish doesn’t have scales and it’s a bit... [Read more of this review]

Tiger Barb (Barbus Tetrazona) Tiger Barb (Barbus Tetrazona)

The Tiger Barb fish is native to Sumatra and Borneo and it’s also known as the Sumatran Barb. This fresh water fishes original habitat would have been a tropical area where the water temperature was fairly high, and they would be located in fairly shallow water of either medium to fast moving streams, or swampy lakes. Puntius tetrazona is the... [Read more of this review]

Rosy Barb (Puntius Conchonius) Rosy Barb (Puntius Conchonius)

The Rosy Barb is a 14cm (5.5 inches) fish that lives in the Northeastern part of India. Puntius Conchonius is the genus name of this fish. It should be placed in a tank that is 60cm (24 inches) or longer, with neutral or soft water, and a temperature between 22 and 25 degrees Celsius (72 to 77F). The Rosy Barb will eat insects, plant matter, dried... [Read more of this review]

Red Tailed Black Shark (Epalzeorhynchos Bicolor) Red Tailed Black Shark (Epalzeorhynchos Bicolor)

The Red Tailed Black Shark is native to Thailand and it’s also known as the Red Tailed Labeo. The genus name for this species is Epalzeorhynchos Bicolor and the length can go up to 12cm (4.7 inches). The aquarium should have at least 60cm (24 inches) in length and the water should have a temperature of 22 to 26C (72 to 79F). The water inside... [Read more of this review]

Peppered Corydoras (Corydoras Paleatus) Peppered Corydoras (Corydoras Paleatus)

Known as the Corydoras Paleatus genus, the Peppered Corydoras is also known as Peppered Cat, Peppered Cory or Salt and Pepper Cory. It can be found in the La Plata Basin and Southeastern Brazil. It will go up to 7cm (2.8 inches) in length, so the tank should be at least 45cm (18 inches) in length. Make sure the water temperature varies between 19 and... [Read more of this review]

Oscar Fish (Astronotus Ocellatus) Oscar Fish (Astronotus Ocellatus)
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The Oscar fish is also known as Tiger Oscar, Albino Oscar, Velvet Cichlid or Marbled Cichlid. The genus name for this fish is Astronotus Ocellatus and it can be found from Rio Paraguay to Orinoco, in South America. The maximum length reached is 35cm (14 inches) and you will need a tank that is 120cm (48 inches) in length if you want this fish. The... [Read more of this review]

Malawi Golden Cichlid (Melanochromis auratus) Malawi Golden Cichlid (Melanochromis auratus)
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The Malawi Golden Cichlid is a 11cm (4.3 inches) fish when it’s the male. The female can get to a length of 9cm (3.5 inches). It can be found in Lake Malawi, East Africa and it needs a 90cm (36 inches) tank to live in, with a water temperature of 22 to 25C (72 to 77F). He likes to eat dried food, crustaceans, plant matter, insects and worms. The... [Read more of this review]

Malawi Blue Cichlid (Pseudotropheus Zebra) Malawi Blue Cichlid (Pseudotropheus Zebra)
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The Malawi Blue Cichlid is a fish that gets up to 15cm (6 inches) in length and lives in Lake Malawi, East Africa. The length of the aquarium should be 90cm (36 inches) or more and the water temperature between 22 and 25C (72 to 77F). He enjoys eating insects, worms, plant matter, crustaceans and dried food. This is a high backed, squat Cichlid that... [Read more of this review]

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