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Setting Up an Aquarium Fish Tank

When setting up an aquarium fish tank, you may want to choose a small fish that's easy to maintain. However, you need to be careful to avoid certain fish that can cause harm to your tank.
You'll also need to decide what type of substrate to use. This will serve functional purposes such as providing protection to roots and a surface for good bacteria. You can also purchase bioactive substrates that jumpstart the growth of plants.
It's also a good idea to consider lighting options. There are LED lights that come in a variety of intensity and color. You can even purchase more colorful lighting that will stand out in your tank.
In addition to choosing a good filter, you should think about choosing a heater. A reliable heater will be able to accurately measure and control the temperature of your water.
To keep your tank clean, it's a good idea to change at least half of the water every two to four weeks. While you're at it, you should also make sure to clean your gravel.
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