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You guys, I have a confession. Remember last week when I visited Josh’s fish room and told you guys he was selling all his calico butterfly telescopes? Yeah… I bought some. 😛 Look at how gorgeous they are; how could I possibly resist? In this video you will see some “secret” footage from Josh’s fish […]

Did my fish get sick and die because of contaminated water or parasites living in my tap water? What about bad food? Or perhaps toxic holding tanks? Well, as it turns out there’s actually some pretty good evidence that rules out all of these possibilities. Watch to find out more AND to learn how you […]

Four months ago I got two albino longfin bristlenose plecos (Flotsam and Jetsam). They were only 3 months old when I got them; still much too young to tell whether they were male or female. But as they’ve grown up, I noticed only one was developing the characteristic bristles that males have. So, as luck […]

Hey guys! The major construction is preeetty much finished on my fish room rebuild project and I’m wrapping up all the important details before the aquarium and terrarium racks start arriving from Custom Aquariums, who is graciously contributing to this project by providing all the aquariums. Once again, I want to thank every one of […]

It’s been a little bit since I’ve done a how-to video, and since I always get lots of questions on my new goldfish unboxing videos asking why I acclimate my new fish the way I do, what better topic to cover than how to properly acclimate your new fish? It seems like many people are still […]

Hey everyone, happy Tuesday! I usually upload videos on Fridays, but this week I’m doing a video and blog post today in addition to my regular Friday videos. Many of you have been asking me to upload more than just one video per week, so whenever possible, I’m going to give it my best effort. […]

I have found that people who aren’t involved in the fish keeping hobby (and even some who are) are often really shocked to find out that you can ship a fish in the mail. But even if you buy fish from your local pet store, how do you think those fish got to the store […]