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When you get an aquarium or acquire fish keeping hobby, you face a few difficulties and come across weird solutions for them. The same is the water quality and pH change that raise the questions.  Fish, and plants, and other aquatic animals require a certain pH level in order to live happy and healthy. If the pH level is too high or too low, it can make a fish sick or even kill it. A…

A bigger aquarium is always the right choice to make. Experienced aquarists, and aquarium lovers, know how a bigger aquarium is more appealing in the case of visuals. I find a 50-gallon fish tank the best size to have in a house personally. It is not too huge or too hard to maintain. Moreover, it is the appropriate size for anyone who wants a beautiful aquarium in your house. However, the question is how to…

Do you ever wonder why some aquariums come with fish tank lids and some without lids? Well, I am here to clear your doubt. I am going to talk about why the fish tank lid is an essential part of the aquarium. A covered tank blocks the fish that attempts to jump out, protect the fish from household pets, and curious kids. Lids also help to avoid dust particles and insects. A constant responsibility to…

Are you planning to have a pet fish but don’t know where to begin from? I can tell you’ve already been to the aquarium shop and got overwhelmed after seeing all the cute aquarium decor items. Sometimes we choose things that are appealing to our eyes but can be hazardous for our aquarium fish. You might not be aware of those things. That’s why you’ve clicked this article, didn’t you? Well, I would’ve done the…

The fishkeeping world has come a long way, and today it offers a variety of choices. From a small pot to hundreds of gallons of tanks, you can get any. A medium-sized tank like a 20-gallon one is perfect for beginners for different reasons. Before adding fish to any tank, you must buy the parts and assemble them carefully. This assembling is a very crucial process for a fish tank and requires lots of patience…