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Ongoing Fish Care

An ongoing system of filtration and aeration should be part of your fish system but that is covered along with the tank equipment in a few more pages.

Keep an eye on your population size. Your fish will start to breed once they reach maturity, and that will create a fluctuating number to keep track of in your tanks. As new fish start to develop, you'll need to potentially start to harvest the older ones to keep the population numbers in check.

Temperature of the water is another aspect of your fish tank that you need to watch. Each species has its own preferences and needs for water temperature, so you can't just hope your "room temperature" is fine. In many cases, it won't be. Making your water cooler is nearly impossible, so if your ambient temperature is warm then you will have to choose a warm-water species for your system. On the other hand, if your standard temperatures are cool, you can use a water heater to warm things up when necessary.

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