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Freshwater Aquarium Substrate - Your Choices

16th February 2011
Freshwater Aquarium Substrate Explained. Substrate refers to the matter, generally gravel or sand, that is placed on the bottom of fish tanks. Though you can opt for a bare bottom, it is not very appealing. Using substrate creates an orientation point ... Read >
Author: Tracy Ross

The Wonders of Kamfa Flowerhorn

07th September 2010
Flowerhorn species emulate the wonders of nature ever been provided. There are a lot of species in this world which were naturally made and this type of fish was developed and bred to create a sense of intensification which is then conveyed to the advanc... Read >
Author: Irvin Craig

Here are Some Fish Diseases that can also Affect Humans

25th June 2010
This particular short article, I would like to quickly talk about fish aquarium diseases which can be transmitted to man. Some could be difficult to cure and several are often lethal. Fish TB (MYCOBACTERIUM MARINUM), otherwise known as fish tuberculosis, ... Read >
Author: Tyra Woods

Fishville Secrets and Cheats

28th April 2010
FishVille insider Secrets, Strategies, Help Tips and Tricks - Beginning stepsFishVille is the newest very large victory created by Zynga for Facebook users. You most likely know Zynga already when you play Farm ville or perhaps MafiaWars. With twenty-five... Read >
Author: Hollis Wilder

Turtle Aquariums-A Turtle Tank Set Up Differs From a Fish Tank!

24th February 2010
The home of your turtle is referred to as the housing or habitat, one of the vital necessities of your pet. There are two main types, namely indoor, referred to as a turtle aquarium, and outdoor housing, often a garden pond. Although the indoor enclosure ... Read >
Author: Karma Williams

Avoid Black Algae In Your Fish Tank!

05th May 2009
One of the major explanations why numerous individuals on a global basis have become infatuated by fish tanks is that they can give you an easily attained basis of relief and leisure for a small amount of your time, outlay and exertion. Considering everyt... Read >
Author: Joe Slavin

Using Softened Water on Home Aquariums

31st October 2008
Owing to the numerous side effects of hard water on our everyday tap water use at home, it is sometimes essential to put a water softening method to deal with this problem. In the case of home aquariums, though, softened water may stimulate bad health eff... Read >
Author: Emman Bismonte

Preparing Garden Stones For Home Aquariums

30th October 2008
You really need not spend more on your home aquariums than the amount you can shell out for fishes and various fish tank peripherals. In fact, in terms of aquarium rocks, you can pretty much use rocks found on your backyard to decorate your own aquarium. ... Read >
Author: Emman Bismonte

Managing Your Flowerhorn Aquarium

27th March 2007
If you're thinking about purchasing a beautiful Flowerhorn fish, you're not alone. The beautiful Flowerhorn fish is one of the more popular additions to your aquarium. However, if you have chosen a Flowerhorn, proper tank management is essential. It is, i... Read >
Author: Flowerfish.com

Proven Health Benefits from Aquariums

20th November 2006
Proven Health Benefits from AquariumsFrenetic lifestyles have become the norm in today's society. Eight hour work days are becoming atypical in the corporate world. With fast paced lifestyles comes increased stress. What is a good way to appease stressors... Read >
Author: Aquariumsource
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