BeChewy teaches you everything you need to know about creating a Lake Tanganyika biotope aquarium, including appropriate fish like Tanganyikan Cichlids
Snails can seem to suddenly appear and overpopulate your home aquarium in no time. BeChewy helps you understand how and why this can happen and how to rectify it.
Garden ponds can get expensive, so be prepared.
Getting a freshwater fish tank for the first time? Discover the essential items you need to create a healthy and enjoyable tank for your finned friends.
Betta fish have a reputation for being feisty, territorial and all-around bad tank mates. But that reputation is only partially earned. Male bettas are aggressive, but mostly with other male bettas which is why they should not be kept together in the same tank.
Are you a fishkeeper going on vacation soon? Check out three automatic fish feeders designed to keep your fish fed while you’re gone.
Flake fish food or frozen fish food? Freeze dried fish food or pelleted fish food? The food provided to your fish must be safe, nutritionally balanced and appropriate to the livestock.
Supplement to “Fish Color: More than Meets the Eye” by D.M. Recktenwalt, Aquarium Fish International magazine, August 2012, Vol. 24, No. 8.
Find out how fish in tanks can provide stress and anxiety relief.
Give your garden pond a spring cleaning with these tips.
Are your fish getting enough light? Check out this aquarium lighting guide to make sure you have the right aquarium lighting to keep your fish healthy and happy.
With the proper fish care, you can keep your fish happy and stress-free.
Learn how to diagnose these common fungal infections.
The gold severum is a beautiful and peaceful cichlid.
Include your pet fish in your holiday fun with these gift ideas.
Find out about proper goldfish care so your pet can thrive. Get the best tips for feeding goldfish and accommodating their needs.
Feeding your fish is the primary way in which you interact with them–and besides, they are always so pleased to see you coming with a can of fish food. However, more aquarium fish probably die from overfeeding than from underfeeding, and I am pretty sure that even if they were fed very little, very few aquarium fish have ever starved to death. Fish in our fish aquariums get more fish food, with less work, than would ever be the case in the wild. In addition, your aquarium fish don’t have to worry about becoming a meal for some other creature.
Choose your Plecos wisely. . . and don't expect them to clean all the algae in your tank