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bird cage aquarium- I love this idea. Fish tanks by themselves are never all that pretty.
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Aquarium fish are pretty and it is no wonder that there are so many hobbyists in the country. As with any pet, there are basic guidelines which will help in providing quality care to your fish. These steps aren’t difficult or cumbersome, and they vary from keeping a single air-breathing fish in a bowl to maintaining a large aquarium with a number of different fish. On our website you can find answers to as well as for maintaining your fish and aquatic plants.
oh wow... what was horrible. Really, really horrible. Most of those aquariums are far too small for the fish. Eugh. Pretty - and cruel.
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Designer clownfish are fish that are specially raised through selective breeding to produce unique looking strip and fin pattern combinations. If you are looking for a unique looking clownfish, you will definitely find one if you look at designer clownfish. Their prices can get pretty high, especially for newer varieties.

Not everyone is a fan of designer clownfish. Natural clownfish available in the industry are beautiful in their own right and would also make it at the top of this list due to their looks, ease of care, compact size, and temperament. You can't miss with either type in an aquarium. Gold fish are great for beginners who have an unheated aquarium. These fish prefer temperatures between 62-74 degrees Fahrenheit.
Photo provided by FlickrResearching fish and understanding their requirements before you bring them home is important if you want to run a successful aquarium.
Photo provided by Flickroh wow... what was horrible. Really, really horrible. Most of those aquariums are far too small for the fish. Eugh. Pretty - and cruel.
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Aquariums are very valuable accessories in our homes. They allow us to add beauty as well as natural aspects in our homes. Most home owners would jump at the opportunity of owning an aquarium because of the priceless beauty and natural value aquarium fish add to our homes. The good thing is aquariums have flexible price tags. You can get affordable as well as expensive aquariums in all shapes, sizes and designs. It all depends on your tastes and preferences. The same applies to aquarium fish. You can get fish costing over $80,000 as well as cheap $5 aquarium fish.The Blue Lobster, despite its name, is a crayfish native to Florida. The Blue Lobster is combative and proper precautions should be in place before placing one in a community aquarium as it is an opportunistic omnivore and will eat small fish.Removing animals from the wild can have serious consequences-both for their survival as a species and for their habitat. But the effects vary from species to species. Green chromide fish, for instance, are quite plentiful in the wild, says Rhyne, and their "population is under no threat at all from [aquarium] collection." On the other hand, species like the —the fish that was based on—have been overcollected and are in danger in the wild.Of course, the fish you intend to stock play a very big part in how much success you have with your new aquarium. A 55-gallon tank may seem enormous, and it is a very big volume of water to have in a living room, but compared to a stream or lake it is pretty tiny. You still have a tight margin of error when it comes to making smart stocking decisions and choosing the right fish.In the wild, mollies prefer to eat a plant based diet, most specifically, algae. Evolution has slowly turned mollies away from a carnivorous diet, and more towards a plant based diets, so their digestive systems are designed to digest algae better than most other tropical fish. The optimal diet for aquarium mollies would be algae, vegetarian flakes, and the occasional blood-worm or brine shrimp as a treat, but limit them to once or twice per week, max.Umberger cites a scientific on cyanide exposure, and it’s not pretty: Upon being squirted with cyanide, fish suffer “severe gasping, followed by loss of balance and a complete loss of all respiratory activity.” Some fish get too much exposure and simply die then and there. Many, many more die in transit. Others may hang on until they’re in an unsuspecting aquarium owner’s tank and then give out.