African dwarf frogs – or Hymenochirus – are a small aquatic frog, often kept in community tanks along with various species of fish. They are native to Africa, but are readily available in most local fish stores.
Read our guide to get the low down on how to care for them, and to see some lovely images and a video of this frog in action.Continue reading
Betta fish come in an extraordinary large number of shapes, colors and patterns, so many that it’s often incredibly difficult to know exactly what variety you own or may be looking at.
Learn how to identify all the most commonly seen betta – as well as a few of the rare variety’s – in our handy little guide that makes telling them apart almost too easy.Continue reading
One of the ‘fancy’ yet commonly seen varieties of goldfish, the fantail gets it’s name from the large flowing tail they adorn. But with this tail comes some particular needs when it comes to aquarium set up and their care.
Find out all about the fantail goldfish – including how to care for them – in our detailed look at this beautiful fish.Continue reading
One of the more popular ‘fancy’ goldfish species is the black moor goldfish, very commonly seen in many an aquarium in the western world.
Being a ‘fancy’ variety, they are different to the more common types, with some very different and specific care needs. Find out how to best to care for them, along with seeing some fantastic photos and a video in our handy little black moor 101.Continue reading
One of the most popular and commonly kept of all goldfish is the Comet. Bit what does it look like? How must you care for one?
Find out everything you need to know about Comet goldfish in our handly little guide.Continue reading
Not all goldfish look the same and despite the name, not all are gold. They come in many different colors and patterns, many shapes and sizes, with wildly different looking fins, and even different growths and features to their eyes and head.
It’s hard to find an estimate for the number of different goldfish varieties there are now in the world, but it’s growing all the time. With this, it can sometimes make it very hard to identify exactly what type of goldfish you are looking at. And that’s where we come in…
Read on to find a handy little infographic that in 3 simple steps, will help you to identify 23 of the most common (and a few not so common) goldfish you are likely to encounter.Continue reading