Koi are omnivorous feeders. They feed on aquatic insects, algae, plants, and commercial pellets. As growth and color are the most important features of domesticated Koi Fish, diet holds major significance in their care routine. While you may feed your Koi Fish live/frozen worms
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Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the key elements required for plants, both aquatic and terrestrial, to survive and thrive. In natural waters, dead leaves, animals, and other organic materials rot and decompose to produce CO2 gas. However, there aren’t as many CO2-producing elements
In the wild, aquatic creatures are subjected to various water movements, including wave action, tides, and water currents. These natural conditions are non-existent in artificial waters. Wave makers help recreate these dynamic environments for the aquatic lives in your tank. Wave makers are especially
Substrates are an integral part of relatively small tanks which lack powerful filters. Gravel, like any other substrate, helps build beneficial bacteria colonies and works as a primary filter to trap organic debris. Beginner aquarists often disregard the importance of gravel for Betta aquariums.
Popular in both aquarium trade and research, Axolotls are amphibians that refuse to go through metamorphosis and spend their whole life in the larvae stage. Although some Axolotls mature to leave the water to become Mexican Salamanders, they’re rare. We’ll talk more about these
Commonly referred to by their name Beyer’s Waterdog, the Water Dog Fish/Waterdog Fish are peaceful aquatic creatures who don’t go through the typical metamorphosis stage to transform into terrestrial adults. Unlike most salamanders, the Water Dog Fish retain their gills and streamlined bodies even