Aquarium Guides: What aquarium beginners need to know when starting an aquarium  Your Window to Another World Welcome to the world, the art, the experience of fish keeping. Each year, thousands of new fish keepers discover the natural wonder of aquariums. Fish keeping provides them, and now you,...

When you’re creating an aquarium, the possibilities are limitless. Everything from bare-bottom tanks to densely planted Dutch tanks are perfectly valid styles. However, you’ll probably create a much more appealing result if you’re following a particular aquascaping style. Here are the most common styles you’ll see in aquariums,...

Aquarium size is one of the first things you should consider when planning a fish tank for your home or office. Type of Fish Tank The shape and type of your aquarium can affect the number of fish that you can put inside it. If you have...

by Tom Sarac Anyone can appreciate the art of aquascaping. When you consider the vast number of beautiful setups and the masterpieces created by aquatic artists such as Amano and Oliver Knott, it becomes clear that aquascaping is truly an art form. However, it also requires...

Starting with aquascaping is simple. Like other interest, it takes some time, dedication and extensive research study. The following write-up aims to depict the basic understanding related to aquascaping, from establishing the straightforward principles and policies of visual building and configuration, to introducing the fundamentals...

Hardscape tips and tricks More and more we are seeing amazing aquascapes,complex and intricate, faithful reproductions of live landscapes, or imaginary locations that delight us with their beauty. All this inside of an aquarium. For most of us the hobby has come far, from just grouping a bunch...

By Neale Monks Aquascaping is one of the dark arts of fishkeeping. Very few books talk about the subject at all, and what information is published is based around the 'Nature Aquarium' theme popularised by Japanese aquarist Takashi Amano. While his approach can work incredibly well,...

By Stan & Debbie Hauter- The Spruce Pets Hermit crabs and snails are usually the first janitors that aquarists place in their aquariums because they are some of the best animals to have for controlling common algae problems. About Hermit Crabs Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Crustacea Class Malacostraca Did you...

Eric Dockett more Eric is an aquarium enthusiast with over two decades of experience caring for a wide array of tropical fish.   Caring for Freshwater Tropical Fish Keeping a tropical aquarium can be a rewarding experience. Freshwater fish tanks are inexpensive to set up and maintain, and there is...