The types of fish that you add to your aquarium is of course a personal choice. However, if this is a new aquarium or your first aquarium then some special considerations need to be made. New aquariums, and novice aquariums, are not suitable habitats for more delicate types of fish, and so for the first few months only hardy types of fish should be kept, as it will result in less frustration on the part of the aquarist. For a more detailed answer your Big Al's sales representative will gladly assist you further.
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- What is the nitrogen cycle?
- How do I safely clean a glass aquarium before setting it up?
- Should I rinse the gravel before adding it to the aquarium?
- I see a hard, whitish build-up on the glass and equipment. What is it and how do I remove it?
- When can I add fish to my new aquarium?
- What types of fish should I add to my aquarium?
- My water is cloudy. How can I clear the water?
- My water is green!?
- My water has a very bad smell to it. How can I eliminate the smell?
- Why should I test the water in my aquarium?