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Freshwater Aquariums: How to Set Up One Like an Expert (Aquarium and Turtle Mastery)

The New Bestseller.

From the same author of the other bestseller: How to Set Up A Marine Aquarium Like an Expert (Includes over one hundred great freshwater fish photos too)

With almost ten years of experience in purchasing, maintaining and appreciating thriving freshwater aquariums, David Chipperfield has now been given the official title of aquarium nut. In his latest book, he has written down the techniques that can take you from beginner to intrepid aquarist in no time.

David’s tips and techniques are designed to bring you up to speed rapidly with the most important points you need to know that will save you thousands of dollars as you setup your freshwater aquarium. It helps you avoid making the hundreds of mistakes and wasting the thousands of hours that it took the David to learn the right (and wrong) way to keep your fish healthy and happy.
From beginners to more experienced aquarists, this book will help you create a flourishing, gorgeous aquarium that will be the envy of your friends and visitors.

We asked Chipperfield what he thought people should know about this book and he said:

“Unfortunately, many freshwater aquarium owners are too quick to give up on their dreams of having a vibrant aquarium. I wrote this book because these are the specific tips and techniques that I wish someone had told me when I was getting started with freshwater aquariums. Many of them were painful to learn but I thought that my pain could perhaps help you avoid those mistakes. “
“This book will give you the right techniques you need in setting up and maintaining a freshwater fish tank.

The information in How to Setup a Freshwater Aquarium Like an Expert comes from hands on experience and includes answers to many challenging freshwater aquarium questions that might be hard to find the answer to online. More importantly, it contains the best of the information that you need to learn and as little superfluous information as possible. There is a lot you can learn online but you could stay up reading for (quite literally a whole year) and still not have a great understanding of what is important and what is not. If you have been looking for answers on freshwater aquarium ownership at the local pet store or online and you cannot find them then this is the book for you.

Some of the useful sections in How to Setup a Freshwater Aquarium Like an Expert are:

• Choosing the right aquarium size
• Stocking schemes for different tank sizes
• Top 10 Rules for a Successful Aquarium
• Technology and Equipment; Stands, Filters, Thermometers, Chillers, Heaters, Powerheads, Lighting
• Complete planning Checklist
• Step by Step Guide to Cycling Your Tank
• Step by Step Guide to Setting Up Your Aquarium (includes a shopping list and specific plan)
• Plants and Decorations
• How to Choose Your Fish
• How to Acclimate Your Fish
• The Nitrification cycle
• Managing the correct Ph Level for your fish
• Best Practices for How to Maintain Your Aquarium
• How to Change Water Properties
• Identifying Common Diseases and Problems in Freshwater Fish
• How to successfully move your aquarium and keep your fish alive
• Aquarium Troubleshooting
• Exactly how your tank size will affect what can go into your tank (with loads of examples of what works and what does not)
• What are the eight major items that you should definitely have as a minimum in your fish first aid kit
• And many more…

If you are looking for just one book with the tips you need to get your freshwater aquarium hobby stepped up to the next level then this could be the book for you.

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Also by this author:
How to Set Up A Marine Aquarium Like an Expert
(covers similar content to this book, except geared for marine aquariums)
How to Care for Your Pet Turtle Like an Expert

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