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Freshwater Fish

Find information about some of the most common and rare fish sold in stores today. Learn how to properly care for your fish.

Freshwater Plants

Plants can add unique appearance to any tank. They create a healthier environment by facilitating the removal of waste, and the oxygenation of the water.

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Saltwater Fish

Profiles and information on the fish that occupy oceans and seas.

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Amano Shrimp
Also know as the Algae-eating shrimp, the Amano Shrimp prefers planted aquariums and is as its name suggest a diligent algae eating critter. A fairly hardy animal to keep, the Amano Shrimp will get up to 5.1cm (2") in length. Young shrimp start out transparent and over time as they age get more colour in their bodies. A great addition to a planted set up.



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