Who are you?
My name is Jourdan Cameron, I am a trigger happy
photographer, a pianist, a website designer, and an aquarist.
An aquarist is one who works with aquariums; I currently keep a few, and have experience with primarily freshwater fish.
By no stretch of the imagination! Freshwater fish have just as large a variety as saltwater (or marine) fish, but are less common. But they can be just as colorful! They are more adaptable as well, living in differently styled aquariums with different water conditions (depending on the sensitivity of the fish).
I live in Connecticut.
I certainly will!
That really depends on the size of the aquarium you want, the equipment you choose etc.
No trouble at all. Depending on your location, I can also come in weekly for maintenence on the aquarium!
As I said before, it depends on your location, and how large your aquarium is.
I will not be able to set up an aquarium if I don't have a supply of water, so a sink is very important! As far as settup goes, I cannot place an aquarium in an area of extremely heavy traffic due to:
A: Fish being driven insane by the constant bumping of the glass.
B: The likelihood of an accident.
Nature Aquarium World,, by Takashi Amano
Tropical Fish from A to Z, by Ulrich Schliewen
The Online Encyclopaedia of all things Aquatic - They
also have a forum where you can get advice.
An online radio show about keeping fish in aquariums, bowls and ponds - airs
every Wednesday from 1-3 PM Pacific Time.
A website dedicated to the keeping of Betta splendens, with lot's of
Are you interested in keeping very large fish? This is the website for
Information on the theraputic benefits of aquariums.
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