Are you looking for a Plecostomus catfish or suckerfish to keep your aquarium clean? Before you make the purchase, let’s talk about this amazing animal, their care requirements, and whether or not plecos are the right pet fish for you.
Pea puffers are one of the coolest oddball species you can keep in a smaller-sized aquarium. They’re known for their helicopter-like maneuverability, independently moving eyes, and of course, ability to inflate like a tiny water balloon. In this practical care guide, we answer your most frequently asked questions about these amazing, little creatures.
Are you getting into fish breeding but need a way to feed teeny-tiny fry that are too small to eat regular fry food? Try vinegar eels! This live food is very easy to culture, survives in fresh water for several days, and entices baby fish to eat more and grow faster.
Discus fish are one of the beautiful freshwater fish in the hobby, known for their spectacular colors and large, circular shape. However, they’re also notorious for being extremely difficult to keep. We’ve spent many years personally keeping discus and helping our customers be successful with them. Based on our experiences, this care guide offers practical advice and useful tips for beginners.
Guppies (Poecilia reticulata) are one of the most popular fish in the aquarium hobby because of their brilliant colors, lively personalities, and ease of breeding. In this care guide, we share our essential tips and tricks for keeping this simple yet beautiful species.