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How to Care for Freshwater Aquarium Plants

How to Care for Freshwater Aquarium Plants

04/07/2019

Aquatic plants provide plenty of benefits to your aquarium. Besides their remarkable visual display, aquatic plants air the water, remove impurities and nurture a healthy environment for the fish development. You will notice that, if you take good care of plants, algae will rarely be an issue.

Having live plants in your aquarium not only makes it more visually attractive, but is also much healthier for its inhabitants. Live plants give the fish a natural source of food and safety, with the ability to grow and reestablish themselves.

How to Take Care of Freshwater as Aquarium Pets

How to Take Care of Freshwater as Aquarium Pets

04/07/2019

Many people cannot stop after they purchase their first fish tank and their hobby quickly involves bigger aquariums, more aquariums, or both! Unfortunately, this task can be quite tricky for many fish keepers. Knowing which fish to purchase, basic maintenance, how much and how often to feed, among other details, is important for keeping your fish alive and healthy.

This article will give you some tips that, if followed, will greatly increase your chance of success as a new fish keeper.

How to Take Care of a Pet Snake

How to Take Care of a Pet Snake

07/07/2019

When choosing a pet snake, the best option is to go for a captive bred specimen, which is not particularly hard to find, as corn snakes reproduce promptly in captivity. Look for a snake with no skin stuck in their body, with clear eyes, with no cuts or scratches, no signs of mites or ticks. And one that is alert, shaking their tongue.

If it looks sick, too quiet and rolled up, not responding to your gestures and touching the glass, it may be sick and so it should be avoided.

How to Make a Good Habitat for Iguanas

How to Make a Good Habitat for Iguanas

29/07/2019

Iguanas were one of the more recent “fad” pets, readily available in many pet stores, often at very low prices and fairly young ages. Small and young iguanas appeared to be exotic, visually striking readily available and easy to care for – a myth often perpetuated by retailers hoping to sell the lizard in great numbers.

Of course, they are very cute but, as it happens with any reptile, iguanas have fairly strict feeding and housing requirements. And they grow (becoming very large lizards if they survive that long). They can be difficult to tame and become aggressive if not regularly handled.

 
 
 
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