About Yourself:I had my first tank 25 years ago however at the university period I stop keeping fish. After the university again I start with a small tank 25 gallon and I moved to bigger ones and now I have 100 gallon tank. I am a medical doctor and this hobby takes me to different world when I watch them or working on the aquarium.
Advice:be patient, read much.
Overloaded tanks are not good for the fishes.
Buy the biggest tank that you can effort.
Use the high quality equipment for your tank.
High quality = economy
Change the water regularly.
Be careful when you are adding a new fish to the tank (origins of the fishes are important)
Description:This is my Lord of the Rings aquarium, 90 gallons, home to guppies, tetras, rosy barbs, a tiger pleco, kuhli loaches, and freshwater clams. Yes, that is the One Ring on the bottom, highlighted with a red light.
Advice:Make sure when u plan to get fish that you have read up on them and don't assume that all community fish go well together. Also its good to think of how active the fish are and how they swim if you don't want to be annoyed after buying. When doing water changes make sure the temperature is exactly the same as your aquariums water....
Description:My 55 gallon tank. I have 2 blue German rams, 6 diamond tetras and 2 bristlenose pleckos. I wanted to find some nice colorful fish thst get to be good size, other than ciclids or Oscars, that would work in this tank. Any and all input is greatly appreciated.