Because aquarium fishes are usually referred to as tropical fishes, the idea has become erroneously established that they require high temperatures for survival. The truth is that 75° F is warm enough for tropical fish, with rare exceptions. In fact many of our aquarium inhabitants are only semi-tropical; and will thrive in even lower temperatures. … Continue reading What is the best temperature for tropical fish tanks?
Before we do anything we need to look for a good place to set up our freshwater aquarium, the layout of the house including human traffic, windows, door and other elements will have a major effect on your fish tank success. Carefully inspect the area where you plan to set up your aquarium to check … Continue reading Where is the best location for a fish tank?
Dimensions of the fish tank Aquarium surface area is important. This will contribute to providing superior oxygenation and facilitate the creation of an attractive aquatic theme. Height needs consideration. Marine and fresh water environments can benefit from taller aquariums, which can provide superior conditions for certain species of fish and plants. A 20 gallon aquarium … Continue reading How to start your first fish tank – what to consider
From the days of glass tanks in the 60’s and 70’s with the metal frame tanks that were very heavy is unsightly to the eyes, technology has improved and other materials can be used for creating your dream aquarium. Now 20 gallon aquarium come in all shapes and sizes due to the new technology of … Continue reading Why a 20 gallon glass fish tank is better than acrylic one
A 5 gallon fish tank is useful for those who are busy or don’t have enough space to keep. You can get this aquarium at a very low price so if you want to have an aquarium and lacking for money don’t worry. Besides, you can set up a Betta fish tank with this size tank. … Continue reading A 5 gallon fish tank is useful for busy hobbyists
It is easier to maintain a 29-30 gallon aquarium than a 5 gallon aquarium or a 10 gallon aquarium because we can easily maintain the temperature of it due to the bigger size. We will be able to remain the chemical composition inside the tank's water. We can easily keep the 1 inch fish in … Continue reading Why 29-30 gallon fish tank is better than a 5 or 10 gallon aquarium?
A 10 gallon fish tank kit is a great choice to start for anyone who wants to get the best fish tank for Betta. Most 10 gallon aquariums aren’t too expensive and in need less maintenance than smaller fish tanks. Simply because there is more water in a 10 gallon tank you’ll find it is … Continue reading Why 10 gallon fish tank is the best fish tank for your Betta?