In the present day generation Fish Aquariums are becoming part of 'Our Life' and creates a new tiny world for us. As part of Interior Designs, we can arrange Fish Aquariums in different locations like Houses, Schools, Collages, Hotels, Restaurants, Gardens, Shopping Malls, Offices and Theatres. As per Feng-Shei Vastu, it is renowned that Aquariums can provide better health and wealth. After returning from heavy work, just spend some time before the tiny fishes to get rid of mental tensions and we can have better thoughts. It is also suggested by lot of doctors to reduce Blood Pressure (BP), Heart Problems and have better life in old age. By observing the movement s of different fishes and the way they spill out the water when they are active, we can feel like we are in a different mini world which gives us immense pleasure and wisdom.
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Many of us had our first aquarium experience as children. Unfortunately, first time fish owners aren't always provided with the information they need to be successful. As a result they lose some, or all, of their fish, then give up and do not try again. If you are assisting a child or teenager start an aquarium, be sure to do your homework so they aren't set up for failure.
Prior to shopping, it's wise to make a checklist of things you need. Then you won't miss anything, or purchase unnecessary items. Print off this checklist with recommendations for aquarium gift giving, it has everything you'll need on one list.
1. Tank Selection
Perhaps because we are accustomed to buying smaller items for children, there is a tendency for parents to purchase small aquariums for their children. Don't fall into that trap. Tiny aquariums require more skill than large ones, and are not well suited for beginners. For beginners we strongly recommend a 20 gallon tank, or larger. If space or finances make that impossible, don't go smaller than 10 gallons, and take care to select small, hardy fish.
Should you select glass or acrylic? Each has its own pros and cons. Although we personally prefer glass aquariums, acrylic has many advantages for children. It does not chip or break, weighs less than glass, and doesn't distort the view as glass can. That's important, as children will spend a lot of time gazing at their tank from all angles.
On the downside, acrylic scratches easily and it is more expensive than glass. If price is not an issue, give strong consideration to an acrylic tank. You won't have to worry about the tank being broken by an errant baseball or other flying object.
Children and teenagers often want brightly colored gravel and decorations. However, such decor is not a natural setting for the fish, and can be stressful for them. Rather than take the choice away from your child, ask them what they think the fish's home in nature is like. Point out that where fish live there probably isn't red gravel or bright blue plants.
Suggest that and the fish might feel more comfortable with something like their natural home, and then let them make their own choice. Odds are they will opt for something other than bright red.
3. Buying Fish
Now comes your biggest challenge, as new aquarium owners, young and old alike, want to get lots of fish as soon as possible. Fish should never be purchased the same day as the tank. Adding too many fish too soon, and overfeeding are the biggest mistakes new owners make.
It's critical to set up the tank, let it run for a day or two to stabilize the water temperature and ensure everything is functioning properly before fish are added. Note: This initial waiting period is not the startup-cycle, that doesn't begin until fish are added. During the time you allow the tank to stabilize, sharing some basic facts about aquarium wastes will help eager children wait for their new fish.