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The Ultimate Guide to Freshwater Aquarium
A Completely Thorough Guide to FreshWater Aquarium
Here's just a taste of what you'll discover...
-A complete guide to water conditions and how to easily maintain proper water quality.
-The... More > surprisingly diverse options in types of aquariums from which to choose for your freshwater fish.
-Step-by-step instructions on how to choose a freshwater aquarium.
-Recommendations on what stands to buy for your aquarium to rest on – and why this seemingly small decision may play a big role in your success!< Less
Aquarium Secrets Revealed
Discover the secrets of a tropical fish expert. You will learn how to set up an aquarium and how to successfully keep beautiful and healthy fish. Included in Aquarium Secrets Revealed! are these free... More > bonuses.
• Quick Set Up Reference
• Step-By-Step Instructions.
• The Exclusive "Aquarium Secrets
Revealed!" Complete Shopping
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Tropical Freshwater Fish Aquariums
Discover how to create your own magical kingdom right in your own home.
Tropical freshwater fish aquariums provide the best mix of hobby and beauty.
Creating a family project that allows everyone... More > to participate and have a specific role for each family member is at the top of the list for family fun!
Learn everything you need to know about how to use your own
aquatic creativity. All the bases are covered for you in
"Your Guide to Tropical Freshwater Fish Aquariums."
It's beautifully presented with lovely photographs to highlight specifics.
If you've ever given any thought to stgarting this hobby we highly recommend it.
With your own copy of Your Guide to Tropical Freshwater Fish Aquariums your family project is practically guaranteed ranking at Number One Parent. Get your copy now and happy fishing!< Less
The Complete Guide To Aquariums
Topics in this ebook include:
and much, much more!
Handbook to the Marine Aquarium
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Containing practical instructions for constructing, stocking, and maintaining a tank, and for collecting plants and animals. Philip Henry Gosse (1810-1888) coined the term ‘aquarium’ in... More > 1854 and set off the Victorian craze for keeping them in the home. His classic Handbook offers simple, practical advice for the beginner. This second edition, much improved by first-hand experience, captures Gosse at the height of his influence. A Fellow of the Royal Society, Gosse was one of Britain’s great naturalists of the seaside, an expert on sea anemones, and a widely admired science writer. Over 150 years old, his Handbook is a fascinating window into the earliest days of aquarium keeping. Complete facsimile of 1856 second edition.< Less
Aquarium Super Guide
Keeping an aquarium can give you endless rewards and pleasure. However, you need to do some work. You will need some basic information so you can set up an aquarium successfully. Setting up your... More > aquarium is not a very difficult task once you know the details. You need to make sure that you have all the necessary equipment, breathing space, and tools you will need. You need to know many things about its dimensions, and the right size. Then you need to look for aquarium preparations. Choosing the right aquarium's location is also important. Learn about the filtration and types of filters. Need to have knowledge about aquarium heaters and temperature control. The correct lighting for your aquarium plays an important role to aquatic life. Learn about aquarium water. Choosing the right live plants and fishes is not very easy as you think. With the help of this aquarium super guide, you will learn everything you need to set up your aquarium perfectly.< Less
My Ultimate Tropical Fish Guide
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This is a Tropical fish guide written for the beginner to average freshwater fish keeper. It’s based on my own experience of 15 years. I would recommend this for any Aquarist who wants to take... More > their hobby to the next level. I will explain everything from buying the tank, plant care; diseases and breeding A Must have for any Aquarist.< Less
My Ultimate Tropical Fish Guide
This is a Tropical fish guide written for the beginner to average freshwater fish keeper. Based on my own experience of 15 years.
I would recommend this for any Aquarist who wants to take their... More > hobby to the next level.
I will explain everything from buying the tank, plant care, diseases and breeding
A Must have for any Aquarist.< Less
Explore Rivers and Ponds! with 25 Great Projects
Illustrated by Bryan Stone.
Explore Rivers and Ponds! With 25 Great Projects
introduces a child to the fascinating world of
freshwater habitats and the creatures they contain.
Combining hands-on... More > activities with ecology and
science, kids will have fun learning about the
freshwater biome—including lakes and ponds, streams and rivers, and
wetlands—and the latest in conservation and protection. Entertaining
illustrations and fascinating sidebars illuminate
the topic and bring it to life, while Words to Know
highlighted and defined within the text reinforce
Projects include assembling an ecologist’s field
kit, creating a fishless aquarium, pouring casts of
animal tracks, and building a watershed replica.
Additional materials include a glossary, and a list
of current reference works, web sites, museums,
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Marine Biology Facts On How to Become a Marine Biologist A Quick Start Guide On Marine Life, Marine Science, & Marine Biology Careers, Salaries, Colleges, and Degrees
Are You Considering Marine Biology?
Once you start contemplating about the different possible career paths you can take, you should check if marine biology matches your personality and interests.... More > Some individuals find it as their ultimate dream job, while others may only find out that they cannot bear tedious repetitions and spending hours away from home. Marine biology is a course that is perfect for explorers and curious minds. It is also a good way to make good income.
How interested are you in the ocean and everything else in it? Do you like sea creatures, plants, corals and aquatic ecosystems? Do you always spend time in aquariums and other water-filled environments? Are you good in science or are particularly interested in marine science? If you answer yes to all of these, you have a very high chance of becoming a good marine biologist. Interest is one thing, so you also have to consider your talents and skills and need for knowledge to know whether or not it is the right course to take.< Less