Nano fish tanks are very popular for their beauty and compact size, but it can be challenging to find animals that are tiny enough to comfortably live in them. Learn about our top 10 aquarium fish for 5- to 20-gallon tanks.
Beginner fish are popular with both newcomers and veterans in the aquarium hobby because they are colorful, cheap, and easy to care for. Learn about our top 10 favorites we constantly recommend in our store.
If you have timid or territorial fish in your aquarium, try calming them down with dither fish. Dither fish are outgoing species that swim out in the open all the time, and their relaxed behavior helps shy fish feel safer and diffuses aggression from fish bullies.
Oddball fish tend to have unusual appearances, rarer availability, or more difficult care requirements. If you’re up for the challenge but have limited space, check out our 5 favorite oddball fish that can be kept in a 10-gallon aquarium.
One of the easiest ways to make your fish tank look less like a glass box and more like a slice of nature is to cover the back wall with a lush forest of tall aquarium plants. Check out these 10 beginner-friendly background plants that grow to 12 inches or...
Gouramis are a special type of labyrinth fish, often recognized for their flat, oval bodies and whisker-like fins. They often get a bad reputation for being ornery, so find out our top 5 peaceful gouramis that play nice with other community fish.
A 5-gallon fish tank is the ideal size for your office desk or dorm room, but it can be hard to find creatures that are small enough to live in it. Check out our 5 favorite fish that are perfect for inhabiting a nano aquarium.
Bottom dwellers are quite popular because they clean up any food scraps from the ground. To balance out your aquarium, add one of our 10 favorite top-dwelling fish to fill the upper third of your fish tank.