At Aquarium Fish Tips, we know what your day can be like. Perhaps a little something like this…
Work all day - stressed!
Drive through traffic - Stressed!!
Turn on the news - STRESSED!!!
Sorry for shouting, but no one needs any more stress in life!
Coming home and engaging in an activity shared with your loved ones could cut out all that stress?
Indeed, this activity’s been known to lower blood pressure and engender feelings of calm and relaxation after just a few moments.
(No, not that one, although that is good too).
It is the delightful world of the aquarium and how to keep your fish. Just like this...
Above is an old, well-established tank of mine. It contains some of my favorite fish in the Bala shark and the clown loach.
There is even a gold gourami on an upward sweep of the tank as always, looking for food!...
Seriously though, we can help with everything from:
• Tropical fish to goldfish to marine and saltwater fish.
• How to set up and maintain your tank’s ecosystem.
• Working out the right tank size, filtration system and lighting… What plants and other supplies to use
• How to cure diseases and care for your beautiful, colorful, living creatures…
Also, having an aquarium set up in the home makes a classy addition to the decor when done tastefully.
It is almost like having living art in your house! An aquarium as the centerpiece of the room will be the envy of your friends and neighbors.
Well, maybe that is a bit over the top but at least your house will look fantastic!
Do not wait, just go ahead and look through these pages but do not worry, it does not cost anything.
Just go ahead and enjoy the magic world of the home aquarium.
From the days of the Roman Empire the aquarium has been a fascination.
Indeed, down through the annals of history ALL civilizations have enjoyed the relaxing art of keeping fish.
A great leap forward was achieved when in the early 19th century Jeanne Villepreux-Power was the first person to create, what was known as 'aquaria'.
The idea was to 'experiment with aquatic organisms' and learn as much as was possible about the fish's environment.
From there it was onward and upwards and keeping aquarium fish has never really fallen out of favor since then
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