So I am wondering how many hubbers keep fish? If you are a fish keeper, what kinds of fish do you keep?
I Love fish (See my username?). Well I have multiple aquariums, from 5 to 210 gallons. I breed Angelfish and adore them. I also love clown loaches, featherfin catfish, plecos, hillstream loaches, Rams, and Tetras. I also love and own freshwater teacup stingrays. Yay for fish! Cool question!
I used to have a 55 gallon saltwater tank that I really enjoyed. Mostly, though I was interested in animals other than fish - corals, shrimp, starfish, sea urchin etc. Both the starfish and the shrimp could be hand-fed and the cleaner shrimp would go right to work cleaning my hand.
What fish I did have were either unusual or extra beautiful. I liked the koran angelfish we had.
The first time I ever hand fed a cleaner shrimp freaked me out. I grew up on the ocean and come from a long line of fishermen. I used to play with Anemone and tide pool creatures as a child.
I have 5 ponds from 3 to 8 acres in size stocked with bass, catfish, bluegill, crappie as well as other freshwater species. Does this count as keeping fish?
by Vivi01 7 years ago
Can my French angelfish kill my coral beauty fish?
by Chris 5 years ago
I have a 75gal saltwater with a bicolor angel, 4 tomato clowns, a six line wrasse, and a yellow eyed tang. (also a banded and ghost shrimp with about 25 blue leg hermits and assorted snails) my coral list will come later. What do you have?
by Susannah Birch 5 years ago
How Many People Know What The 'Christian' Fish Symbol Represents?The Christian fish symbol was around long before Christianity. It seems many people aren't aware of what it really represents. I'm wondering how many people would still use it if they knew.
by ReefAdvise 5 years ago
If you were to buy an aquarium, what would it be? freshwater or saltwater?
by visionandfocus 5 years ago
What's the easiest (hardiest?) fish to keep at home in a freshwater aquarium?Worrying about how long they'll last. What if we bonded and then they reach the end of their short life-span, or if I shortened their life span by pure negligence?
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