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At PetMall Singapore, we offer a wide selection of fish tanks to help you create a captivating aquatic environment for your beloved fish. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced aquarist, our aquariums cater to your specific needs and preferences.
Our range includes various types and sizes of fish tanks, from small desktop aquariums to large custom setups. We prioritize quality and craftsmanship to ensure your fish have a safe and beautiful home that complements your living space.
A: The size of your fish tank should align with the space you have available and the type and number of fish you intend to keep. Larger tanks generally provide more stable conditions and allow for a greater variety of fish.
A: It’s not recommended to mix freshwater and saltwater fish in the same tank. These fish come from very different environments with distinct water requirements and compatibility issues.
A: Regular water changes, proper filtration, and monitoring water parameters are essential for maintaining water quality. Selecting the right filter for your tank size and stocking levels is crucial.
A: Aquarium lighting serves multiple purposes, including providing a natural day-night cycle for fish, enhancing the visibility of your tank, and promoting the growth of live plants if you have them.
A: Yes, live plants can enhance the aesthetics and provide oxygen for your fish. However, keeping live plants requires appropriate lighting, substrate, and water conditions. Some fish species may also nibble on or uproot plants.
A: Setting up a fish tank involves selecting the right tank size, substrate, decorations, filtration, and water conditioner. Cycling the tank before adding fish is crucial to establish a stable environment.
A: Substrate serves as the foundation for plants and provides a natural look for your tank. It also offers a surface for beneficial bacteria to colonize and helps maintain water chemistry.
A: The choice of filter depends on your tank size and the bioload (number and size of fish). Canister filters, hang-on-back filters, and sponge filters are common options, each with its advantages. Consult our experts for guidance.
A: It’s best to provide fish with an appropriate-sized tank that allows for proper filtration and water parameters. Small containers like bowls often lack the space and conditions necessary for fish health.