Saltwater Aquariums

Here’s everything that you should know about saltwater aquariums. Right from tank setup to taking care of the saltwater fish, plants, etc. in the best possible manner.

5 Reasons Clownfish Don’t Need Anemones In Aquariums (But Do In The Wild)

Clownfish and anemones

Clownfish and anemones are often seen together in the wild. They’re different species; clownfish are fish, while anemones are marine animals. However, they form a symbiotic relationship and thrive in each other’s presence. So, do clownfish need anemones? Clownfish and Anemones’ Relationship Clownfish need anemones for survival in the wild. Anemones protect clownfish from predators …

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3 Types of Food Wrasses Eat in The Wild + 2 They Eat in Aquariums

Wrasse eating food in the wild

Wrasses are more famous in the aquarium hobby than any other marine fish. Most aquarists keep wrasses in home aquariums as they look stunning and are relatively easy to handle. But what do they eat? Wrasses’ Diet Wrasses are carnivores that eat tiny invertebrates found in coral reefs, including bristle worms, flatworms, clams, pyramid snails, …

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How Do Clownfish Reproduce? (4 Steps to Breed Clownfish at Home)

Clownfish ready to reproduce

Clownfish are famous for their vivid colors and interesting behavior. They’re a delightful addition to the marine aquarium and are relatively easy to breed. So, how do clownfish reproduce? Clownfish Reproduction Clownfish reproduce by laying eggs. They breed all year long and spawn during the full moon in the wild. Depending on age and species, …

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4 Reasons Six Line Wrasses Are Aggressive: How To Curb Aggression

Aggressive six line wrasse

Six line wrasses are small, but these hardies can be unpredictable in certain situations. So, are they aggressive? The Aggression of Six Line Wrasses Six line wrasses are aggressive fish that shouldn’t be housed with similar fish or other peaceful wrasse species. Although they are considered community fish for large marine aquariums, you must house …

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5 Reasons Why Clownfish Eat Their Eggs (4 Ways to Stop Them)

Clownfish searching for food

Clownfish are popular among aquarists because of their colorful appearance. Also, breeding clownfish is exciting, and it can be rewarding to see your fish grow into beautiful adults. But do they eat their eggs? Clownfish and Their Eggs Clownfish usually don’t eat their eggs unless they’re malnourished or stressed. Male clownfish eat weak, infertile, or …

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Six Line Wrasses 101 (With Some Interesting Facts)

Six line wrasse

Six line wrasses are beautiful, colorful, and popular choice among wrasse species. They’re also relatively easy to care for once they settle in your saltwater aquarium. These fish are aggressive toward other fish and invertebrates. So you must learn about their requirements before considering them for your marine aquarium. Let’s learn about six line wrasses …

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