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Category: Fish & Aquarium Care

April 25, 2019
Revive Your Fish Using These Easy Steps

If you love your finned friends, looking at them die can break you from the inside. Those little swimming creatures have a meaningful purpose in your life. You are used to watching them swim in your fish tank after a hard day at work. This relaxes you and frees you from your work stress. But […]

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April 25, 2019
Does Cleaning Your Fish Tank Kill Your Fishes? The Reasons and Solution

Those of us who own a fish tank know what they mean to us in our life. These finned creatures are our lifeline and they are like family to us. Every fish has a lifespan, after that, they leave us. But sometimes, fish die for no reasons. Whom can we blame? You do everything to […]

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April 25, 2019
Does Your Fish Die For No Apparent Reason?

Fishes are more than just pets. They are our stress busters. You come home after a hard day at work to watch your finned pets swim peacefully inside the fish tank. This releases you from the pent up stress in your body. However, one fine day as you return from office, you see the body […]

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April 25, 2019
How to Tell If Your Fish Is Dying?

After a hard day at work, you come back home and spend some time with your finned buddies as they swim merrily in the fish tank you care so much about. You may think what a peaceful life they live in there while you bear the brunt of the work pressure. But have you ever […]

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April 25, 2019
How to Save a Dying Fish Scientific Way

Fishes look so good swimming around in their fish tank. They look healthy and are at complete peace. Simply staring at the fish gives you peace of mind and tranquility. But what goes inside a fish tank? Only the fish knows! If the environment is shaken even for a tiny bit, it can prove harmful […]

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April 25, 2019
How Long Will Your Fish Survive Without Oxygen and Filter?

Oxygen is as important to fishes as it is to us for survival. We can't sustain even a minute without oxygen. However, fishes in the aquarium can survive longer than us when there is depletion of oxygen content in the aquarium. When there is a power outage, the machine that circulates the water stops and […]

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April 25, 2019
Why Does My Fish Tank Get Cloudy? Here Is Why And What To Do

So, you just brought home your new fish tank that you were so excited about, and voila! After sometime, it starts getting hazy. Bad day for any tank owner. This REALLY can be overwhelming. But here’s the good news: this is most probably TEMPORARY, and not an emergency situation. So just take a sigh of […]

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April 25, 2019
Baking Soda: Does it Raise or Lower pH?

There may be a misconception amongst beginner aquarists about what constitutes high and low pH either due to a lack of knowledge about the pH level system. As we have said in our other articles on pH levels the pH scale ranges from 0 (the most acidic) to 14 (the most alkaline). ‘Raising’ generally means […]

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April 25, 2019
How to Lower the pH in Your Aquarium

It might not be an obvious thing to consider when you start your aquarium, but you will find that  certain fish prefer a different pH. Roughly speaking, the ‘normal’ pH for your tank should vary between 5.5 and 7.5 on the pH scale for freshwater fish; this is approximately the range of normal tap water. […]

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April 25, 2019
All About pH in Freshwater Aquariums

As we have mentioned in many articles on this site, pH is very important for your tank’s health. PH levels can vary over the course of a day due to the nitrogen cycle and natural biological filtration cycles at work on your aquarium, so small fluctuations are to be expected. It is only when you […]

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