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Jan 22, 2014 - These fish do not make good pets for beginners because they are aggressive, grow very large or are simply difficult to keep
The is another species that the largest discount retailer stocks in its sparse aquariums and can be purchased at virtually every local pet store and big box pet store. They are always available as juveniles in normal (black and orange) and albino colorations. This fish requires a tank of 50 gallons or more, with 80 to 100 gallons a good size, not a typical beginner tank sized setup. A member of the cichlid family, the oscar will eat virtually any fish that it can fit in its mouth, and because of this, some of those who keep them feed them goldfish and other small fish, even though this is not necessary. For beginners, this fish may be too much to handle. It is large and as such needs a specialized tank for large fish.
For many years, goldfish have been popular pets for beginner fish hobbyists particularly for children. While goldfish are beautiful, intriguing fish, they do not belong in an average tropical tank setup. Goldfish grow to a relatively large size, and they produce too much waste to thrive in a regular tank situation.
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Right, so I assume that you are ready to dive in to the world of fish keeping. Well I’m telling you here that this will be a long journey and you will be meeting lots of new friends. If you have never keep any fish before this will be a good place to start gathering information. Remember that if you did enough research, asked experts, have enough money and time to invest in, you can have almost any fish as your first fish. There are plenty of ‘good pet fish’ in the hobby but here we will only mention 10 beginner-friendly fish plus an addition of 1 honorable mention for the best one, so there will be 13 fish in total which we will be talking about in this article.If you're considering getting fish as pets, so to speak, or you're a beginner in the hobby, you might be looking for a little help on the ins and outs of pet-fish ownership. Depending on the fish, their care can range from the really simple to the fairly complicated. Knowing what from what can help you make the right decisions in selecting fish for beginners and how to keep them alive and healthy. With that said, read on for some simple but easy-to-follow tips on fish care for beginners.Last, but not least, is everyone’s original favorite pet, . Whether you choose Goldfish for their wide spectrum of colors, the range of sizes, or the fancy varieties with bubbleheads and big eyes, they are great for beginners.A lot of the most popular fish available in pet- and aquarium stores are surprisingly bad choices for beginners, and some of the least noticed species are actually very easy to care for. This can get very confusing, especially with most stores not being too helpful.