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So Mates, you have decided to start a freshwater aquarium. You probably cant wait to stock your aquarium. Before you actually go out and purchase the most beautiful fish you can get your money on, you will first need to decide if you want 1. A Cold Water Tank or 2. A Heated Tank...emo299#
(14:29) Wed, 18 Nov 15
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Thanks brother SkY2k for sharing with us such a beautiful collections.
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Advice For Beginners...

Creating a beautiful freshwater aquarium can be a rewarding experience. I recommend to look for fish that are hardy, that are easy to care for and that get along with others in the tank...emo300#
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3. White Cloud

White Cloud Mountain Minnow is another small fish that tolerates cold temperatures. In fact, some people keep these in outdoor ponds over the summer. They can tolerate temperatures as low as 60 degrees Fahrenheit (15.5 degrees Celsius). They are a hardy fish that tends to live in the middle and top areas of the tank. They prefer to live in a group. Purchasing 6 or so will help promote good health and color in these fish. They can live up to 5 years with proper care...
(14:52) Wed, 18 Nov 15
2. Bloodfin Tetras

These small fish are recognized by their silver bodies and striking red fins. These are extremely hardy fish. In some aquariums they live up to 10 years.They are an active fish that is always on the move. These fish work well in temperatures that range from 64 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit (17.7 to 27.7 degrees Celsius). This is a peaceful fish, but it prefers to live in a group. You will enjoy seeing the group moves together through the aquarium. If you only have one, it tends to be shy...
(14:50) Wed, 18 Nov 15
1. Gold Fish

Gold fish come in many varieties of sizes and colors. Many people love the fancier varieties with bubbly heads and fanned tails. Gold fish are great for beginners who have an unheated aquarium. These fish prefer temperatures between 62-74 degrees Fahrenheit (16.6 to 23.3 degrees Celsius). Gold fish tend to be messy eaters. So, be sure to change 10 percent of the water each week. Treating the water with a dechlorinator is also a good idea...
(14:48) Wed, 18 Nov 15
Here are Three easy care freshwater aquarium fish for those who decided on a Cold Water tank...
(14:47) Wed, 18 Nov 15
7. Betta

If you are looking for additional flash and color, the betta fish is the one for you. The males have brilliantly bright long fins. They are also known as Siamese Fighting Fish. They fight with other bettas, so you will only want one in your tank. These fish are hardy and will eat flake food or pellets. Because of the male betta fishZ long fins, be sure not to pair them with others who might pick at the fins...
(14:46) Wed, 18 Nov 15
6. Swordtails

Swordtails are closely related to the platy. The males, though, have a long bottom fin that looks like a sword. These are passive fish that will add bright color to your tank. They are hardy and long lasting fish, which makes it perfect for beginners. With a variety of colors to choose from, you will be sure to want one, or several in your tank...
(14:44) Wed, 18 Nov 15
5. Platies

Paties are great for beginners because there are so many varieties to choose from. They do very well in a community tank with other passive fish. As a livebearer they will produce young frequently. Most often the babies are eaten by other tank members. Platies are selectively bred to create new combinations of colors. You will be sure to find several that suit your taste. They will eat any flake or freeze-dried food. They are also a good choice because they eat any algae that might develop in the tank...
(14:42) Wed, 18 Nov 15
4. Kuhli Loach

The Kuhli Loach is an eel-like fish are also hardy fish that make a great addition to your tank. This bottom-dweller is unique in that it hides during the daytime. You might spot it tunneling under the gravel or hiding in a cave. It is recommended to offer hiding places for this fish. They help keep the tank clean by eating the food that has fallen to the bottom. However, you should offer additional food that sinks to the bottom...
(14:40) Wed, 18 Nov 15