Tropical fish are generally those fish found in aquatic tropical environments around the world, including both freshwater and salt water species.
Finding the proper location for your aquarium is key to your own enjoyment as well as to the health of your fish.
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Here are some directions to help you keep your fish healthy.
Good aquarium maintenance practices will lead to a healthy aquatic environment and thriving fish, providing years of joy for the hobbyist.
TIP: Keep a milk jug or two under your fish tank filled with water for easy water change maintenance on your aquarium. Water needs to sit out 24 hours to remove chlorine and hit room temperature. Remember, if you are heating your tank, the water you add needs to be same temperature so get this from tap after you carefully check temperature and use de-chlorination drops before use.
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TIP: Fish medicine is constantly changing. Do stroll through big fish & pet stores once in a while and look at all the medicines for fish ailments so you will be up on new treatments for common fish health problems.
Breeding of tropical fish happens easily with a few tweeks to your fish tanks to encourage the process.
TIP: Parent fish will kill offspring in crowded tanks. Do plan to separate the adult fish from the new babies when you see new fishes hatching in the tank.