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Aquarium Power Heads

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Power heads are typically used to improve the water flow through an undergravel filter. Using a power head with an undergravel filter can allow you to keep more fish without getting a bigger tank. A power head is used to circulate the water in your aquarium. Its main purpose is to help the undergravel filter do its job.

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Aquarium Filters-Choosing the Right Filter

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Aquarium External Power Filters

External power filters have become the most commonly used filtration system in tanks up to 55 gallons. Most power filters provide all three types of needed filtration - mechanical, biological and chemical, and can provide all the filtration you will need. Many hobbyists use a power filter along with an undergravel filter to increase the biological filtration & Read more �

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Vacuum Your Fish Pond or Aquarium

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A gravel vacuum/cleaner/siphon is used to remove loose debris from the bottom of the gravel bed without destroying the good bacteria that grows there. It is also used to siphon water out of the aquarium during routine water changes.

A vacuum does not remove the gravel from your aquarium. In fact, removing the gravel from your aquarium will destroy any good & Read more �

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Aeration-Keeping your Fish Healthy Through H2O Maintenance

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In order to maintain a tank of healthy fish, the water must contain oxygen. The process in which oxygen is introduced into the water is known as aeration.

In order to maintain a tank of healthy fish, the water must contain oxygen. The process in which oxygen is introduced into the water is known as aeration.

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Tank Sweet Tank-Even Fish like a Little Decor

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For some people, the best part of setting up an aquarium is putting in all the goodies! Aquariums are not just a home for your fish -- they're actually considered a piece of furniture. So what would you like to do to dress it up and make it home sweet home for your fish?

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Aquatic Supplies and Accessories

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Carbon
Also known as charcoal, carbon is used in most filtration systems and devices. In some systems, you will use loose carbon (generally placed a mesh bag or in a container used with a canister filter). In other systems, a filter cartridge will hold the carbon. Aquarium odors, chemicals, and dissolved waste are trapped inside the pores of the & Read more �

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Tetra

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Traits & behavior

Carnivores
Instead of plants, these fish eat aquatic crustaceans, worms and aquatic insect larvae.

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Shark

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Traits & behavior

Omnivores
This means they eat both plant and animal matter, including prepared foods, small live foods and certain vegetables.

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Rosy Red Minnows

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A different type of fish

Dual-purpose
Rosy reds are mostly used for feeding large, carnivorous (meat-eating) fish. However, they can be kept in an aquarium with other cool water fish such as comet goldfish.

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Loaches

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Traits & behavior

Omnivores
This means they will eat both plants and tiny, living creatures.

Communal
These fish do best when they are kept in small groups containing 3-6 loaches.

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