Top 81 - 90 Freshwater Tanks 2016

Rated #81: 6 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #81: 6 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - 2 weeks with this new tank
Country: Malaysia
Rank: #81 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Ashboy on
Ratings: 3.59
Number of votes: 156
Quote: ""I always smell something fishy"
About Yourself: I am new to this so any advice would very usefull
Corals/Plants: Fake plants
Tank Size: 6 gallons
Advice: I am the new hobbyists
Description: 2 weeks with this new tank

Rated #82: 45 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #82: 45 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - My space city
State: Florida
Country: United States
Rank: #82 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Mike on
Ratings: 3.52
Number of votes: 157
Corals/Plants: clams, snails
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Advice: Is a fun hobby
Description: My space city

Rated #83: 20 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #83: 20 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - Blue dwarf Gourami
Country: Ireland
Rank: #83 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Laura on
Ratings: 3.29
Number of votes: 164
Quote: All good things are wild and free.
About Yourself: In the start of college we bought house pets of gold fish and kept them in clear plastic 20 gallon tub, and it just went from there, we bought the tanks second hand and went from there. Cheap and cheerful leads the way. I study Science and I love the activity in the tanks.
Corals/Plants: Only one plant
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: Research, and take your time. I'm still learning and its all very interesting.
Description: Blue dwarf Gourami

Rated #84: 20 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #84: 20 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - This is the new, updated version of my fish tank! I will be adding zebra danios soon.
State: Alabama
Country: United States
Rank: #84 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Asartain on
Ratings: 3.26
Number of votes: 177
Quote: "Fall in love with possibility." - Liz Murray
About Yourself: I got into the hobby just like anyone else probably. I started keeping goldfish as a kid. I kept a single goldfish for a long time until it jumped out of the tank in the middle of the night. That was it for fish tank keeping for a long time. Now that I'm older, however, I've gotten my own fish and kept them up by myself. I've just gotten into the very advanced aspects of fish tank keeping and love it very much. I strive to keep my fish in a pristine environment and maintain it. It sits right across from my bed providing a great view. I enjoy watching the fish swim around and interact with each other. They're very interesting! Aquarium keeping is a fulfilling hobby, and I'd recommend it to anyone.
Fish Kept: Black Neon Tetra (5), Zebra Danio (5), Albino Aeneus Cory Cat (3)
Corals/Plants: Anubias Nano, Dwarf Hairgrass
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: Never overstock your tank! Better to understock than overstock. Beware of what pet stores will tell you. They aren't always entirely honest and sometimes don't know everything. Research your fish before purchasing them.
Description: This is the new, updated version of my fish tank! I will be adding zebra danios soon.

Rated #85: 10 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #85: 10 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - one of 5 tanks
State: New York
Country: United States
Rank: #85 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Roxanna Yaeger on
Ratings: 3.13
Number of votes: 162
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Advice: none
Description: one of 5 tanks

Rated #86: 20 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #86: 20 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - My aquarium. This is better than it's photo
Country: Iran
Rank: #86 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Saeid Hadavand on
Ratings: 3.06
Number of votes: 159
Quote: aquarium = joy
About Yourself: I love animals. I love aquariums. I love fishes.
Corals/Plants: .
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: first think about the size of the tank. where do you want place your tank. and think about a table or a desk or something that you want to place under the tank. begin with cheap fishes.
Description: My aquarium. This is better than it's photo

Rated #87: 20 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #87: 20 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - So I recently purchased a pair of unidentifiable African cichlids from my local pet smart and they are in a 20g tank, with a functioning heater and filtration system, dechlorinate water and the works. It was to my utter surprise 3 days ago when I discovered that there were a swarm of African baby cichlids, there are roughly 35-40 beautiful little babies swimming around the tank now and I am off to the store to purchase them insofouria / baby fish fry food, about 2 days ago I noticed white patches/ scales missing on what I now believe to be the female in the tank, I am very concerned of her well being and fear the male may be bullying her, and if so, what I can do to resolve the matter. I am also going to create more hiding spots for her in the short term. Right now the male appears to be picking up the young fry in his mouth and then spitting them back out and hoarding them in a conch shell I have in the tank and that's where the fry generally stay and he seems very territorial over the babies which is odd because when I was researching and looking at other forums I saw that it is much more likely and common for the females to be the sole caretakers and the males to disregard them or eat them once the fry reach the free swimming stage, with the excess mouth scooping activity I've come to the conclusion that they are mouth brooders, I am willing to do whatever possible to maintain their wellbeing I am just in need of some expert advise as this is my first pair of cichlids and I want to to things the correct way. Thank you. I will also try to post a picture of the male as I am seeking indemnification if possible. I've searched the web and still can't seem to find the type that they look like. I do not believe this I suck or fungal related but I could be wrong, I just want to receive the best ways to help her. I am currently setting up and cycling a new 10 gallon tank in the potential case that quarantine or separation is necessary. I am also looking on input as to how to relocate either the male or the fry as I am aware I will have to do so soon. I am new to this entire process, and I need all the friendly advice I can get. Thank you once again!
State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Rank: #87 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Madeline on
Ratings: 2.88
Number of votes: 154
Fish Kept: Afra Cichlid
Corals/Plants: 2 live plants
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: I am new and I am looking for advice myself
Description: So I recently purchased a pair of unidentifiable African cichlids from my local pet smart and they are in a 20g tank, with a functioning heater and filtration system, dechlorinate water and the works. It was to my utter surprise 3 days ago when I discovered that there were a swarm of African baby cichlids, there are roughly 35-40 beautiful little babies swimming around the tank now and I am off to the store to purchase them insofouria / baby fish fry food, about 2 days ago I noticed white patches/ scales missing on what I now believe to be the female in the tank, I am very concerned of her well being and fear the male may be bullying her, and if so, what I can do to resolve the matter. I am also going to create more hiding spots for her in the short term. Right now the male appears to be picking up the young fry in his mouth and then spitting them back out and hoarding them in a conch shell I have in the tank and that's where the fry generally stay and he seems very territorial over the babies which is odd because when I was researching and looking at other forums I saw that it is much more likely and common for the females to be the sole caretakers and the males to disregard them or eat them once the fry reach the free swimming stage, with the excess mouth scooping activity I've come to the conclusion that they are mouth brooders, I am willing to do whatever possible to maintain their wellbeing I am just in need of some expert advise as this is my first pair of cichlids and I want to to things the correct way. Thank you. I will also try to post a picture of the male as I am seeking indemnification if possible. I've searched the web and still can't seem to find the type that they look like. I do not believe this I suck or fungal related but I could be wrong, I just want to receive the best ways to help her. I am currently setting up and cycling a new 10 gallon tank in the potential case that quarantine or separation is necessary. I am also looking on input as to how to relocate either the male or the fry as I am aware I will have to do so soon. I am new to this entire process, and I need all the friendly advice I can get. Thank you once again!

Rated #88: 5 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #88: 5 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - My tank
State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Rank: #88 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Cleon on
Ratings: 2.86
Number of votes: 145
Quote: All men are equal before fish.
About Yourself: I like long walks on the beach , I also enjoy making sure my fishes water has the right amount of Ph
Fish Kept: Blue Delta Guppy
Corals/Plants: Squidwards house
Tank Size: 5 gallons
Advice: Maintaining a healthy tank for your lil friends might be hard at first. But with trial and error you are sure to reach perfection! If you happen to kill your fish by heating up water in the microwave and adding it afterwards and see your fish shit it's brains out it's ok just go buy a new one shit happens !
Description: My tank

Rated #89: 90 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #89: 90 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - So far so good!
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: #89 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Natalie on
Ratings: 2.74
Number of votes: 158
Fish Kept: Jack Dempsey, Jack Dempsey, Clown Loach, Rainbow Shark, Sailfin Pleco (L-83), Dwarf Gourami, Dwarf Gourami
Corals/Plants: Unsure of plant names!
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Advice: Research, learn & accept advice!
Description: So far so good!

Rated #90: 25 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #90: 25 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - My homemade fish tank
State: Ohio
Country: United States
Rank: #90 out of 95 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2016
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Courtney on
Ratings: 2.7
Number of votes: 163
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Advice: Do not put to many fish into a tank. (Different amount of fish is different for different amount of gallons)
Description: My homemade fish tank

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