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Welcome to Fins and Skins! We are the Bay area’s largest Aquarium and Reptile Super Store! We carry the best variety of tropical and marine fish in the area. We get new shipments of live coral weekly and frequently have some of the nicest and healthiest corals around. We stock a huge assortment of captive bred and farm raised reptiles, arachnids, amphibians and turtles. We carry everything you need to start a new fish tank or terrarium set-up, maintain your current one, or fix a problem you may be having. Our friendly and experienced staff will guide you through every step of the hobby. At Fins and Skins we not only have what you need, but will special order in what you want. We are connected to local and foreign breeders, farms, collectors, and importers. So stop by today to “The Place Where Animals Thrive Not Just Survive!”
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House of Fins is the premier source for unique aquariums, expert aquarium maintenance, and exotic livestock from the world over. Specializing in the creation of unique works of living art, House of Fins continuously strives to exceed the expectations of our clientele in designing and implementing custom aquarium installations and providing the finest quality fish, coral, and invertebrates. Since opening the doors in 1957 we have provided our professional services to countless freshwater and saltwater aquarium enthusiasts and are proud to be one of the most experienced aquarium services companies in the country. Corals And Fins Aquarium Center
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House of Fins is the premier source for unique
aquariums, expert aquarium maintenance, and exotic livestock from the world over. Specializing
in the creation of unique work of living art, House of Fins continuously strives to exceed the expectations of
our clientele in designing and implementing custom aquarium installations and providing the finest quality fish,coral,and invertebrates. Since opening the doors in 1957 we have provided our professional services to countless freshwater and saltwater aquarium enthusiasts and are proud to be one of the most experienced aquarium services companies in the country.The bacteria that causes fin rot is normally present in the aquarium, but usually doesn't infectthe fish unless they are injured or stressed in some way. Fin rot is an opportunistic infection. Once thefins are torn then a bacterial or even a fungal infection can easily invade the injured tail or fins. Unfortunately, heavy medications have a lot of negative side effects like the possibility of bacteria eventually becoming resistant and the fish becoming extra stressed. Luckily, less severe rot (slightly ragged looking fins) can be treated with a combination of and aquarium salt, which has way less negative side effects. Try to keep an eye on your fish at all times to catch any cases of rot before they get too bad – that way you can prevent having to use medication!Throughout the spring and summer, 14,099 Aquarium visitors signed postcards supporting this monumental legislation, in its No Fins, No Future: Support AB 376 action station exhibit. To prevent fin rot from occurring in the first place don't overcrowd your aquarium or overfeed your fish. Also, don't keep fish that are known to nip fins, such as with fish that have long flowing fins (e.g., , bettas). Fish can get hurt a number of ways. Handling them in a net can rip their fins or tails. They can hurt themselves on sharp-edged aquarium decorations. Aggression from other fish, either fighting or fin-nipping, can cause fin injuries. A damaged fin or tail typically manifests as a clean split or a bite-size piece missing. Such injuries don't seem to bother fish unless they're recurring or cause complications like fin rot.