Known as the Water Goldfinch, the Pristella Tetra (X-Ray Tetra), is a small freshwater fish that has an acute sense of hearing. Being omnivorous fish species, they predominantly help their ecosystem by controlling algae and larvae growth. In addition to being extremely popular in
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Discovered in the warm freshwater rivers and streams of South America, Pictus catfish are native to Brazil, Venezuela, and Columbia. This nocturnal species of catfish is more populous in Amazon and Orinoco River basins. Frequently demonstrating playful traits, the Pictus catfish are widely popular
Called the King of Goldfish, The Ranchu are known for their large, round bodies, and lack of dorsal fin. Ranchu Goldfish are considered one of the most beautiful and expensive breeds of goldfish, thanks to their fatty wen and vibrant colors. Ranchu, originating from
Typically growing around 2 to 3 feet and often growing larger—exceeding 3 to 4 feet, Koi Fish are vibrant, freshwater species, native to Japan. To accommodate their large size and active swimming practice, 500-700 gallons of pond space per Koi Fish is essential. A
Biological, mechanical, and chemical filtrations, in any form, are critical to sustaining a healthy tank environment. While there are many sorts of options, cheap and expensive, available to achieve the same, hang-on-back (HOB) filters are one of the most popular choices. As these filters
Reverse Osmosis Deionization or RO/DI systems are multi-stage filtration equipment that makes regular water safer for aquarium usage. The Deionization part makes RODI systems different from traditional RO filters. As dissolved minerals are essential for us, and we can’t add them separately in our