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When you take fish keeping as a hobby, you are careful about every simple detail related to the fish. From water parameters to the tank size, from the heater to filter, you take care of every necessity related to your aquarium fish. Beginner aquarists often stumble upon so many weird things related to fishkeeping and have so many questions. One of the common questions among them is: Do fish shed scales? No, Fish do not…

Ich is the very first and a constant nightmare of any aquarist around the world. Can you imagine seeing white spots all over your fish body and your fish struggling to even live? It is horrifying and the way this Ich multiplies is a real horror. But does Ich get in the tank without any help? I don’t think so. Most of the time, infected fish, aquarium plants, decorations, etc. bring the Ich in the…

People often contemplate catfish to be big and are only meant to be kept in bigger tanks. Well, there are not entirely wrong. Most of the catfish are so big that you cannot even imagine keeping them in a tank of less than 100-gallons capacity. I know this breaks the heart of many who really want to gain experience related to catfish. But don’t worry, there are few options from where you can choose some…

Are you new with fishkeeping blueberry Oscar in the tank? I know what it’s like to take care of a new type of fish without any background knowledge. Do not do anything hazardous before knowing the future consequences of your actions in your fish life. Your fish can be fragile and sensitive and has its own basic needs to meet. So, learn more about them before doing anything. And the case is not different for…

When people are setting up the tank for the first time, they often take every little precaution. But most of the time, we aquarists get stuck in the very first thing we need for the tank: WATER. No one will ever be sure which water is the best for the aquarium but there are many we certainly need to avoid. Chlorinated water is always a big no. So we need to wait for the water…