Ghost Shrimp

Ghost Shrimp – Diet, Tank Mates, and Breeding:

Ghost Shrimp (Palaemonetes Paludosus) is also known as “Glass Shrimp” referring to their crystal-clear transparent body. Their appearance is the main reason behind so much attention they get from fishkeepers. Ghost shrimps are bred for two main reasons 1) as fish feeders, 2) for home aquariums. Thus, it is important to know for what purpose …

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Bamboo shrimp Atyopsis moluccensis

Bamboo Shrimp Care: Owner’s Guide to Keeping and Breeding Them

Bamboo shrimp are a type of freshwater shrimp or crustacean that is native to the Indo-Pacific region. They have been bred in captivity and they thrive in small tanks with live plants and freshwater fish. In this article, we will discuss bamboo shrimp care from setting up the fish tank and feeding to breeding them! …

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Rummy nose tetra

Rummy Nose Tetra – Diet, Breeding and Complete Care Guide:

Rummy nose tetra is without any doubt a perfect freshwater aquarium fish with its enchanting beauty, sparkling colors, and playful nature. Rummy nose tetras can catch anyone’s attention with their mesmerizing display of colors, as they move in groups it almost feels like a dream. With so much beauty comes immense delicacy as well, thus, …

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Red Tail Shark

Red Tail Shark – Tankmates, Diet, and Care Guide

Red Tail sharks are one of the most popular freshwater fish that is easy to take care of. Their mesmerizing colors and entertaining natures make them one of the best aquarium fish. Red tail sharks were considered extinct a while ago, the aquarium trade is responsible for the species remaining. Thus, right now red-tailed sharks …

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Celestial Pearl Danio | A Complete Care Guide

The Celestial Pearl Danio is also known as “Danio Margaritatus” or famous as “Galaxy Rasbora” in the aquarium trade, even though it was later confirmed that this is very different compared to the Rasbora family, is a very tiny, micro, colorful freshwater fish native to SouthEast Asia. To be more specific, this fish is endemic …

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koi betta fish

Koi Betta: A complete care guide for Koi Betta Fish

Holding the hearts of most fishkeeping hobbyists in the world, Betta fish with their unique patterns and colors are some of the most popular and in-demand fish right now. The Betta fish family consists of a vast variety of colorful, astonishing, and beautiful patterns, colors, and personalities. However, the most discussed type among novice hobbyists …

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freshwater sponge aquarium

Freshwater Sponge: Aquarium Filter and Ideal Biotope Companion

Freshwater sponges are a type of animal that lives in the freshwater biotope. Freshwater sponges are a great addition to any freshwater aquarium, and they can also be used in saltwater tanks. In this article, we’ll take a look at what freshwater sponges offer for your tank, as well as some tips on how to …

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do fish talk to each other

Do Fish Talk To Each Other? How Do Fish Communicate?

Communication is a very advanced function seen in humans but luckily, it’s not just limited to humans, underwater creatures have developed the sense of communication to socialize with each other. So, yes, fish do talk to each other and communicate in different ways for multiple reasons like to align themselves, attract mates, and scare off …

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How to Cure Too Much Oxygen in Fish Tank

Hyperoxygenation: How to Cure Too Much Oxygen in Fish Tank

Oxygen is vital for all living creatures, so too little can be just as bad as too much. A too high concentration of dissolved oxygen is called hyperoxygenation and can be harmful to fish tank inhabitants. Hyperoxygenation can occur naturally or be caused by people adding too much air to the water. The effects of …

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