Beginners Guide to Successful Fishkeeping Date Posted: 2022-06-15 18:01:01
Aquarium Basics Starting an aquarium is a lot easier than you might think. Like any hobby, the more you know about it, the more enjoyment you'll get from it. So here are just a few aquarium basics to get you started. How to SET UP a FRESHWATER aquarium Step 1. Choose a suitable aquarium. ** Please keep away from direct sunlight and electronic goods. Step 2. Fill the bottom with gravel Step 3. Decorate the tank with plants and decorations. Step 4. Add in water ** Please add ..
Nitrogen Cycle Date Posted: 2022-06-15 17:50:10
The Easy Guide to the Nitrogen Cycle for Aquariums Are you getting started with your first fish tank? Then you may have heard of something called the “aquarium nitrogen cycle,” followed by a bunch of complicated scientific terms and graphs that seem a little overwhelming. No need to panic! Keep reading as we explain the nitrogen cycle in this very short and simple guide. What is Nitrogen Cycle?? Nitrogen cycle is a very important process for the establishme..
Beginner Care Guide of Goldfish Date Posted: 2022-05-04 16:46:59
Common Name: Goldfish Scientific Name: Carassius auratus Average Size: Up to 9 inches Life Span: Up to 10 years with proper care pH: 6.5 - 7.5 Temperature: 22°C - 26°C Water Hardness: 4 - 16dH TRAITS & BEHAVIOR Diet: Goldfish are omnivores. They eat both plants and tiny living creature like small aquatic insect larvae. Goldfish require more carbohydrate if compare to other freshwater fish. Swimming Behavior: Goldfish like to swim freely at the middle..
Beginner Care Guide of Swordtail Date Posted: 2022-05-04 15:41:29
Common Name: Swordtail Scientific Name: Xiphophorus hellerii Average Size: Up to 10cm/4 inches Life Span: 3-5 years with proper care pH: 7.0 - 8.2 Temperature: 24°C - 27°C Water Hardness: 5 - 1dH TRAITS & BEHAVIOR Diet: Swordtails are omnivores. They consume both vegetable and small live food. Swimming Behavior: Swordtails like to swim at middle and top region of the aquarium. For better view, it is recommended to rear some bottom swimmers. Live Be..