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If you’re a movie fanatic, you know Oscar awards. But, if you are a fish lover, you must definitely know about Oscar fish. It’s okay if you don’t know Oscar fish. That’s because Oscar fish is quite underrated in the fish-keeping hobby. And because there isn’t much information about keeping Oscar in tanks, people keep their Oscars in limited space. Like a 10 gallon or a 20-gallon tank. But, is it the right thing to…

If you have an Angelfish in your tank, this disappointment will hit you frequently. Why? Well. You can easily spawn an Angelfish. But, hatching the angelfish eggs is a whole another story. Today, I will help you understand if your Angelfish eggs are fertilized or not, the reasons why your Angelfish eggs are unfertilized, how you can help the Angelfish to fertilize their eggs, and how to take care of the eggs. Now, let’s dive…

If you have seen a Kribensis Cichlid, they might scare you a little. I understand that these little cave dwellers are aggressive during the breeding season. But, breeding Kribensis Cichlid is far easier than it looks! Kribensis Cichlids are good parents and the male Krib relentlessly protects their brood. The only thing you should be scared of? It’s the other tank mates that live with those Kribs. Today, I will describe how to sex a…

If you aren’t familiar with Dwarf Cichlids, allow me to introduce you to one. Nicknamed Rainbow Krib for its sharp color, Kribensis Cichlid will add sparkles to your tank. Don’t worry if you are a beginner, for Kribensis Cichlid are a favorite of even seasoned fish keepers. I have only good things to say about Kribensis Cichlids. Why? Well. This breed of African Cichlid has a perfect balance of everything; rage to protect its young,…

I’ve had an Angelfish live alone in my aquarium once. And, never again! I couldn’t deal with how lonely and bored my Angelfish became. That was when I had to ask myself, do Angelfish need to be kept in groups? Or maybe, these territorial fish would prefer to stay alone? Owing to their territorial nature, Angelfish could live alone. But, it would be rather selfish of you to keep Angelfish isolated. Angelfish in groups has…