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Post time 2020-7-29 17:01:08 | Show all posts |Read mode
Making our top spot for 55-gallon fish tanks is the Tetra 55 Gallon Aquarium Kit. This large aquarium can house various species of fish, including tropical fish, some of whom are finicky about their temperature. A bigger tank can keep the temperature more constant, so this would be a good choice for someone planning to keep different tropical fish who require a specific temperature.

The Tetra aquarium comes with a hinged hood, water conditioner, filter, thermometer, LED lighting, a heater, and the supplies you’ll need to get started with your fish. It also contains plants to help beautify your tank for your enjoyment. When the tank is empty, it weighs nearly 80 lbs; filled, it can be over 500 lbs, so you will want to consider what type of stand or surface you’re putting it on.


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Post time 2020-7-29 17:01:32 | Show all posts
If you are looking for a 100-gallon fish tank that comes with its own stand, you should consider the JAJALE Aquarium Fish Tank. It is made of high-strength glass and reinforced with an aluminum frame. The aquarium and frame are both resistant to corrosion and saltwater erosion, making this product an ideal choice for a saltwater tank.

The filter for this fish tank can be placed underneath in the attached cabinet, giving your aquarium a streamlined appearance. You will buy the filter separately depending on whether you need a saltwater or freshwater filter, but it comes with the filtration media. It also comes with LED lighting and a water pump. It is scratch-resistant, too, and the reinforced glass is four times the strength of regular glass, which is necessary for such a large fish tank.

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Post time 2020-7-29 17:01:43 | Show all posts
Anyone who is planning to begin keeping fish for the first time will, of course, need a fish tank. This isn’t the only time that someone would shop for an aquarium, though. There are other types of animals that can be kept in a fish tank. For example, many people with small mammals, like hamsters or mice, like to keep them in a glass aquarium to prevent them from kicking their litter out of a cage. Reptiles like lizards and snakes can also be kept in a fish tank. The setup will be different, so you will probably want to focus on purchasing just the glass tank and not all of the items that you need for fish, like a fish net or water conditioner.

Another time to purchase a new fish tank is when your fish outgrow their tank. This might be because you have more fish than you started with or because you decide to add larger members to your fish family. Or you might simply decide that you’re ready to upgrade because you want to challenge yourself. In general, it is more challenging to have a larger tank for a variety of reasons.

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Post time 2020-7-29 17:01:54 | Show all posts
The old rule of thumb for how many fish can fit in a tank is that you should have one inch of fish length per gallon of water. There are a few problems with this rule, though: First, one inch of a fatter fish does not equal one inch of a slender fish. Another issue is that a 20-gallon tank does not actually hold 20 gallons of water. A better rule of thumb is to put one-half inch of fish length into one gallon of water (or five inches of fish to each 10 gallons of water). You can bend this rule a bit if you have very thin fish.

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Post time 2020-7-29 17:02:02 | Show all posts
A small freshwater tank is easy to maintain, but a larger saltwater tank with tropical fish is more difficult to maintain. You have to keep any tank clean, and we have some tips for that on our How to Clean a Fish Tank instruction guide.

You will also need to keep your tank at the proper temperature, test the water, change the water, and maintain or replace your equipment as needed. This means you’ll have to change filters and check to be sure everything is running properly. If your water is not balanced, you’ll need to add chemicals as needed. Once you get yourself into a good routine, your beginner’s fish tank should be easy to maintain, but it might seem a bit overwhelming at first. Read a good fish aquarium guide so you know what to expect.

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The specific needs of your fish will depend on what kind they are and whether you have a saltwater or freshwater tank. All fish need clean water (you might need to use a water conditioner), a filtration system, and food. Many fish keepers like to add lighting, gravel, and plants or other ornaments. You should have a fish net on hand in case you need to remove a fish or some debris from the tank. If you have tropical fish, you’ll need a heater and a thermometer.

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Post time 2020-7-31 12:25:50 | Show all posts
Once set up, an aquarium requires a  minimum of care and attention to keep it looking attractive, and the fish and plants within it in the best of health. And yet without this basic maintenance, the aquarium can quickly deteriorate into an unhealthy place for the fish to live and the aquarist will be beset with problems. The routine tasks involved are simple and are not time-consuming, but they could be described as the secret to successful fishkeeping tips.
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