• August 29, 2016

    HOW TO: Get rid of that fuzzy stuff on new driftwood

    How can I do to get rid of it? As unpleasing as the site of the white fuzzy film on the driftwood, it is harmless to the fish. Some fish, shrimps, and snails seem to have a liking to the fuzzy film and love munching on it. Before deciding what your course of action, my […]

    Readmore
  • June 30, 2016

    Preparing the Rocks for Use in an Aquarium

    ****Boiling Rocks The safest way to boil rocks is to place them in a large pot where they can be fully submerged. The water should be brought to a boil, and left on the lowest temperature that will maintain a steady boil. The pot should also be covered, and I recommend wearing fully safety gear […]

    Readmore
  • April 8, 2016

    AQUARIUM DRIFTWOOD BASICS

    In putting fish in captivity, it makes sense to give them an environment that’s closest to their home in the wild. Most natural aquatic habitats don’t have flat, even substrates with perfectly-lined plants; they contain entanglements of fallen tree branches, pebbles, and dead leaves. These ‘imperfections’ not only make rivers and streams more beautiful, but […]

    Readmore
  • September 30, 2015

    LEARNING THE BASICS OF DRIFTWOOD FOR AQUARIUM

    Landscaping an aquarium is so much different from landscaping a garden. For one, you have to consider the life of the fish that will dwell in the artificial habitat. It has to be livable. Yet for some enthusiasts, aesthetic qualities are as important to them as the living standards in which aquatic animals thrive in. […]

    Readmore
  • September 30, 2015

    TIPS FOR BUYING DRIFTWOOD FOR SALE

    Today’s fish tanks are never complete without driftwood for aquarium. Aside from lending a natural appeal to the artificial habitat, driftwood also helps create a realistic environment for the fish where even the beneficial bacteria from the wood contribute to the livability of the fish tank. In other words, it helps the fish thrive in […]

    Readmore
  • September 30, 2015

    BONSAI DRIFTWOOD FOR YOUR FISH

    Bonsai Driftwood for Your Fish When you look at driftwood, think that it has more purposes other than beautification in your aquarium.  Driftwood is a good source of food for your fish and it can also be beneficial for certain types of fishes in terms of its ability to provide space strictures within the aquarium. […]

    Readmore