Aquarium Game Grade 5
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Express your personality and add color and beauty to your aquarium with this Top Fin Castle with LED Light-Up Aquarium Ornament. This beautifully-designed ornament comes in the form of an enchanted castle, and features a color-changing LED light to add warmth and intrigue to your underwater world.
Give your Aquarium decor a fun and interesting twist with the addition of the Top Fin Cat Cavern Aquarium Ornament. This adorable cat will look and feel right at home in your aquarium, bringing color and providing a cavern for fish to swim in and out of.
Add a fun and playful piece to your underwater decor with this Top Fin Coconut Cavern Aquarium Ornament. This great-looking piece comes in the form of a coconut cavern with a sunshade on top. What a fun ornament to liven up your underwater world.
Add a fun and colorful piece to your underwater decor with this Top Fin Teepee Cavern Aquarium Ornament. This great-looking piece comes in the form of a colorful teepee that will add greatly to your underwater aesthetic. What a fun ornament to liven up your underwater world.
Bring a little spice, color and fun to your underwater world with this this Top Fin Cactus Maracas Aquarium Ornament. This cool ornament features a solid base to stay firmly in place, and comes in the form of a colorful and musical cactus that will look great as part of your aquarium decor.
Add a fun and great-looking piece to your Aquarium's decor with the addition of this Top Fin Seahorses Iridescent Aquarium Ornament. This striking ornament comes in the form of two beautiful and colorful seahorses, and is certain to become a centerpiece in your underwater world.
Add vibrant color and a glow-in-the-dark element to your underwater world with this Top Fin Glow-in-the-Dark Pink Tip with Yellow Anemone Aquarium Ornament. This beautiful piece comes in the form of a colorful anemone and actually glows in the dark for fun when the lights go out, and will make a great addition to your underwater decor.
Make your choice of pet fish a special one by choosing this GloFish Electric Green Standard Male Betta Fish. This stunning betta fish (Betta Spendens) features a vibrant green color, is a great choice if you are a beginner as a fish owner, and will make your aquarium come alive with beauty and personality.
Snails will adhere to the aquarium glass and crawl up the sides of the tank.
Snails readily reproduce in an aquarium environment.
Live aquatic plants arebeneficial for snails, which will graze on their leaves.
Snails can be kept in most tanks, but some gouramis, skunk loaches and other large fish may eat smaller snails.
Although snails will move along the surfaces of the aquarium scraping green algae with their mouths, they will also accept all kinds of commercial flake and pellet foods.
It's pretty large and takes up most of the 10 gallon tank but is very attractive and all fish love it. There's a room in the house, a large space under the front of the house, a porch, and space under the palm trees.
Corydoras Catfish, popularly called Cory Cats is a hardy fish that is ideal for beginner hobbyists. They have a variety of species and are available in different sizes and colors. These freshwater aquarium fish is a common feature in every community tank. Although Cory Cats are active bottom dwellers, they are calm and peaceful species, and it’s easy to take care of them.
Their size ranges from 1-2.5 inches in length. The lifespan of this fish can be 5 years or more depending on the suitable conditions.
Get this to start building your Aquarium with lots of Species.
The goldfish is a freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae of order Cypriniformes. It is one of the most commonly kept aquarium fish. A relatively small member of the carp family, the goldfish is native to East Asia.
Seahorse is the name given to 45 species of small marine fish in the genus Hippocampus. "Hippocampus" comes from the Ancient Greek hippokampos, itself from hippos meaning "horse" and kampos meaning "sea monster".
This member of the Cyprinidae family lives up to 5 years and grows up to max 3 inches. Longfin Zebra Danio is available in Blue, Purple, White, and Yellow. Being the native to the Ganges region in Eastern India, Longfin Zebra Danio likes a home aquarium planted well with open, large swimming areas.
Longfin Zebra Danio is usually of a peaceful temperament. Therefore keeping them with equal-minded fishes in small-size schools would be best for them. Being omnivores by nature, they eat just anything from high quality flakes to frozen foods along with other diets.
Male Longfin Zebra Danios are generally found in more torpedo shape compared to females with a more massive belly.
It is our favourite pet fish for an aquarium with a striking appearance and attractive mannerism from the cichlid family. The lifespan of Jack Dempsey is 5-7 years, and it grows up to 8 inches. It is native to Guatemala and Honduras.
Jack Dempsey is an aggressive territorial fish with strong facial features compared with the famous 1920s boxer Jack Dempsey. It might prove to be destructive in the aquarium. Therefore, it is recommended to arrange plenty of hiding places or keeping a clay pot or cave-like structure on its side as it prefers and that also works well with this fish.
This hearty eater usually accepts flake, vegetable food, and a wide variety of life like eating worms, insects, crustaceans, and other fish.
This little freshwater aquarium fish is known for its dazzling colors and energetic behavior. Neon Tetra is considered as the most popular fish amongst fishkeepers. It is easy to take care of Neon Tetra and often recommended as one of the first fish to beginner aquarist. Native to South America, Neon Tetra belongs to the Characidae family.
This peaceful community fish is best to be kept in a small school of 3 to 6 members. Its size is approx. 1 to 1.5 inches and can live up to 10 years. This omnivore accepts most foods like worms, shrimp, brine, insects and also plants.
Majority of beginners chooses this viral, vibrantly colored simplest species of all for their hassle-free maintenance and its aquarium does not even require any filters or heaters. They are easy to take care and can be kept in small aquariums with other fish species safely. Bettas belong to the Gourami family and are highly territorial.
Bettas usually live 2 – 3 years, but it can extend further in some cases. They grow to max. 3 inch in size. It requires an omnivorous diet with high protein and fiber consisting of brine shrimp, dried bloodworms or daphnia. Male Bettas are very notorious fighters; therefore only single male Betta should be kept in each tank.
Pterophyllum is a small genus of freshwater fish from the family Cichlidae known to most aquarists as angelfish. All Pterophyllum species originate from the Amazon Basin, Orinoco Basin and various rivers in the Guiana Shield in tropical South America.
This colorful and lively fish is able to adapt to a variety of water conditions which is one of the reasons they are so popular. They are also very easy to care for. You should keep guppies in sets of threes, and a good guide for the tank size, is 1 gallon of water per guppy.
Males are much more colorful and vibrant than females, so if you’re not looking to breed, you may want to just keep males.
The ideal water temperature for guppies is 50OF – 84 OF (10-29OC), but the most important factor is that the temperature is kept consistent.
Guppies should be fed a mixture of plant and animal based foods, you might even consider making your own – it’s easier than it sounds.
An aquarium bubbler, also known as an air stone, adds beneficial bubbles to the aquarium water, thanks to an air pump connected via flexible tubing. These bubbles help oxygenate the water as they pop on the surface, improving the living conditions for the fish, plant life, and other creatures in the tank
Oscars are thought to be one of the most intelligent aquarium fish available, and are one of the few species that can be trained to do tricks.
Oscars however are not a community fish, they should be kept in a species only tank, and they can grow very large, very quickly.
They require a lot more maintenance than other fish, due to their carnivorous nature and the amount of waste they create.
On the positive side, they are one of the few species you can hand feed; they will often eat food from between your fingers. Oscars thrive when kept in pairs, or group of 5+, and should be housed together from a young age.
This small, peaceful species grow to around 3-4 inches, and adapt well to a variety of water conditions.
The ideal tank conditions are: a minimum tank size of 20 gallons, and warm water with a pH between 7.0-7.8.
Mollies are omnivorous, and will require a diet of both plant and animal food.
Interestingly, they are livebearers, meaning they give birth to their young live, rather than lay eggs. Mollies are very easy to care for, but they also breed very easily, so if you’re a beginner you might want to keep just a single sex.
Platies come in almost every color imaginable and they are very easy to care for – just two of the reasons why they are so popular.
They are a great community fish, they’re very peaceful and get along well with guppies and mollies.
Although small, platies are very active and love being in groups. A 10 gallon tank is large enough for 5 fish.
Whilst they are omnivorous, they do require much more herbivorous food, than meats. Ideally, they need a good mix of plant based food and proteins.
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