When you're looking to buy or sell fish and aquariums online, this is the place to start. We specialize in both fresh and salt water fish as well as fresh and salt water tanks and accessories. We have sellers who advertise their planted freshwater aquariums as well as buyers who are interested in saltwater reef tanks. No matter what you're searching for, we most likely have it listed in our fish classifieds site in our fish forum. Besides fish and tanks, we have sellers who also offer skimmers, sterilizers, tank lighting, chillers, and all types of filters. We place no limits on aquarium supplies, so be sure to read each ad carefully.
Before getting into the hobby of keeping fish as pets, you'll need to decide on what type of fish you'll want to own. Once you do that, you'll have a better idea of how large your tank needs to be. This actually isn't only true for fish, but also for any type of animal you might want to keep, from frogs, iguanas, newts, salamanders, snakes, and more. You mustn't keep any of these pets in a tank that's too small. You can't go too large, but you certainly can go too small. The tank you buy must be appropriately sized for your fish (in this case). Also, you'll need to keep in mind how large your fish will eventually get. If you buy an Oscar or Jack Dempsey, you'll need a very large tank as these fish get huge. If you have a school of Tiger Barbs, then you can stay rather small.
Beyond sizing your tank for fish, you'll also need to appropriately size it for any plants you'd like to include in it, gravel, lights, filters, rocks, reefs, drift wood, etc... They call these items part of aquascaping. There's an old rule you can follow that states that for each tropical fish you buy, you'll need one gallon of water. So if you own 20 Zebrafish (Danios), you'll need at least a 20 gallon tank. This rule only holds true for some fish though. As stated above, some species of fish get enormous, so you'll need to discuss proper tank size with your pet supplier. It's also important to note that you'll most likely want to get more than one fish per type. Fish always enjoy swimming with those of their own type.
When buying a new fish tank, you'll need to decide on the type of material best suited for your situation. The most traditional material is regular glass. That's still extremely popular today, but these days, pet fish enthusiasts are also choosing tempered glass, and plexiglass. Plexiglass is especially cool because it doesn't weigh as much as regular glass does and it can be formed into virtually any shape you wish.
When trying to decide if a fish tank is right for your home, you'll need to think about how large the entire tank setup will be and if you have room for it. This will most likely be a permanent fixture, so choosing the right spot in the home is important. Be sure to place the tank away from cold drafts and places where many people pass through. You don't want the tank water getting cold or the tank scratched or broken. You'll also want to make sure that you've got enough free time to maintain your tank. This hobby requires hours per week, so be sure you can manage that.
When it comes to fish for sale online, we have ads for many of them. Here is a list of the most popular species: Tetras, Red Swordtails, Dwarf Gouramis, Guppies, Rainbow Shark, Plecostomus, Barbs, Cory Catfish, Cichlids, Otocinclus Catfish, Bettas, Black Ghost Knifefish, Mollies, Angelfish, Loaches, Clownfish, Platys, Harlequin Rasbora, Threadfin Rainbow Fish, Tropical Discus, and the Orange Butterflyfish.
When it comes to fish tanks and aquarium starter kits for sale online, we oftentimes see the most popular brands advertised on our website. They are: Top Fin, MarineLand, Aqueon, Grreat Choice, Marco, Clear-For-Life, and GloFish (Glo-Fish). Other brands are welcome as well.
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