Aquarium Supply Buyers Guide - Best Practices for Keeping Fish Revealed

Aquarium Supply Buyers Guide - Best Practices for Keeping Fish Revealed

by Donald Carter

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Many people think that Fish are easy to take care of, but the truth is, maintaining an aquarium needs to have great amount of dedication and hard-work. Aquarium Supply Buyers Guide lets you get to know more about aquarium maintenance as it gives information about what type and size of aquarium to choose and what to place inside the tank. This book provides you with knowledge on some of aquarium's important equipment and accessories such as types of Substrates, Lights, Heaters, Chillers, Pumps, Filters, Filter Media, Plants and many more. Because the environment greatly affects your pet's health, Aquarium Supply Buyers Guide can help you in giving the best home your fish deserves.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012312662
Publication date: 03/23/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Donald Carter has been an aquarium enthusiast all his life. Since he was a little boy, he remembers having pet goldfishes at home which he and his two younger brothers enjoy taking care of. Donald grew up in a small family who loves to go on nature trips during vacations. He currently manages and also works part-time in a small family-owned pet shop together with his father, who is a recently-retired veterinarian. In the near future, Donald plans on further pursuing his studies and earn a Master's Degree.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not worth a dime. This is nine page "book" more like a pamphlet that any good pet shop would GIVE you to get you acquainted with the terminology and theres nothing here of any depth to help with any decisions concerning systems, equipment, flora or fauna. Save your money and DRIVE to the nearest pet shop and get this information first hand and with better clarity from someone in person in less time than it would take to scan this article.