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Kate Barrington

Kate Barrington is the loving owner of two cats (Bagel and Munchkin) and a noisy herd of guinea pigs. Having grown up with golden retrievers, Kate has a great deal of experience with...
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You want to get an aquarium, but you don’t know where to start. Not to worry – we’ve compiled a list of the best aquarium kits for beginners.

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Turn your tank into a wonderful, whimsical fish fantasy land! Here are the best accessories you should use for a whimsical fish tank.

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You can’t just put a full aquarium on any piece of furniture – it has to be made to take the weight of your tank. Here are our picks for awesome aquarium stands and cabinets.

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Lights… cameras… action! Put a spotlight on your tank with the right lighting. Here are our picks for the best aquarium lights.

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How to Safely Clean Your Tank and Aquarium Decorations

For all aquarium aficionados, the decor and the display in their tank are the biggest pride and joy – besides the fish, of course. Depending on the size of the tank, you can have a variety of setups and decoration pieces in the water. Your abilities to decorate are limited only by the size of your aquarium. And when you’re sprucing up your tank with aquarium ornaments, it’s inevitably going to need to be cleaned on occasion. Things that stay in the water for a long time are bound to become grimy, calcified, faded, and simply unsanitary. That can’t be good for the delicate aquarium fish. In other words, cleaning is crucial. But how do you go about it without making the marine environment compromised and unhealthy for its inhabitants? So here’s how to do it without endangering your fishes’ environment.