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Housing

Fish tank, fish aquarium, fish housing – whatever you call it, you’ll need one if you’re going to be keeping fish. Designing an aquarium for your fish is a chance to have some fun and create something that both you and your fish will love.

There are many sizes and shapes of fish tanks to choose from, but the main thing that’s going to dictate the size of your fish housing will be the number of fish that will be calling it home. Simply, the more fish you’ll be keeping, the larger your fish tank will need to be. Overcrowding an aquarium can cause stress on the fish and result in illness or death.

Next, think about the type of fish you’ll be housing. Make sure your fish tank has plenty of room for them to grow, so make sure you chat with our staff and find out what breed of fish will suit you and how big they’ll get. This will help you choose the right fish aquarium.

Now you’ve thought about the fish, it’s time to think about yourself and decide what fish tank is right for your place. Figure out where your fish aquarium will be in your house and whether you’ve got enough room for it. Larger fish tanks come with aquarium stands, so you’ll need to account for those as well.

Some fish aquariums are self-contained and come with a pump and light built in - these are great for beginners. You can also buy a fish tank by itself and have fun adding your own accessories, creating a magical place for your fish to live and for you to enjoy.