GFP Axolotl Guide: Why Glowing, Care & Diet

GFP axolotl

The GFP axolotl is among the most fascinating species of axolotls, and that’s not because of how cute they sound or appear but also because of how good they are as pets. They draw a lot of attention because of their unique power to glow in UV light; however, if you wish to have one … Read more

18 Freshwater Aquarium Shark Fish Types

freshwater aquarium sharks

The trend of housing sharks in freshwater aquariums has recently attracted more attention. Aquarium sharks are in high demand among fish lovers. Still, most people instinctively picture a creature with sharp teeth, a streamlined, torpedo-shaped form, and a tall triangular dorsal fin when they hear the word ‘shark.’ Contrary to popular misconceptions, it’s cool to … Read more

Diamondback Terrapin (malaclemys Terrapin)

Diamondback Terrapin

The Diamondback Terrapin gets its name from the diamond-shaped growth rings on the back of its shell. The word “terrapin” comes from an Algonquin word for edible turtles that live in brackish water. You can count the age of a terrapin by counting the rings on its scutes. Each scute is unique just like fingerprints … Read more

Roseline Sharks: Care, Diet & Tank Mates

Roseline Shark

Many fish instantly blow your mind. Roseline sharks can do that with their fascinating colors as well as their quick shark-like movements. They undoubtedly help keep the tank lively. These sharks are appealing to the eyes and would look perfect in a public aquarium. They are easy to maintain, provided their water surroundings fulfill the … Read more

Moray Eels (Gymnothorax Funebris)

Moray Eels

While many people are familiar with the green moray, moray eels come in a range of sizes, colors, and patterns. The dark green to brown color of the green moray eel comes from a yellowish mucous that covers its blue skin to provide protection from parasites and infectious bacteria. Additionally, they are often camouflaged to … Read more

Cownose Ray(Rhinopterus Bonasus)

Cownose Ray

The rays in this tank are called Cownose rays. Cownose rays are related to sharks and skates. They get their name from their unique forehead, which resembles the nose of a cow. They are brown to olive colored. Their tails can range in length, some can be twice as long as their body. Habitat Cownose … Read more