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Ferret Facts and Information    By: Arthur Fink
A ferret is a domestic animal. Most domestic ferrets have black, brown or white fur. Although modern breeding has made an array of colors and patterns available ... pets but they are not for everyone, make sure your comfortable with all the aspects of owning a pet ferret before you commit to purchasing or adopting one.
What Do Turtles Eat ?    By: Steven Magill
What do turtles eat? Well, that really depends on the type of turtle you are asking about. Most turtles are carnivorous when they are young, but grow in to ... on the turtle species). If you are buying a pet turtle from a store, the pet store will likely have food you can feed it. Copyright (c) 2008 Steven Magill
Breeding Discus Fish    By: Liz Linkwell
The Discus has been referred to as "The King of the Aquarium", and though keeping and breeding them is certainly still a challenge for the inexperienced, the ... can be produced and although Discus Fish may not interact with you like your four-legged friends, they can give you many hours of pleasure and entertainment.
Types of Pet Turtles for Novices    By: Steven Magill
Taking on a pet requires a certain level of commitment. For the most part, you will be responsible for the safety and well-being of another creature. Taking ... other species, they are a bit more complicated to take care of because they have specific habits that you need to take note of. Copyright (c) 2008 Steven Magill
Salt in Saltwater Aquariums - How Do You Make Saltwater For A Marine Aquarium?    By: Laurren Schmoyer
In the early days of keeping a marine or saltwater aquarium you had to go to the ocean to get water. Now, years later, questions arise; where do you get the ... salt never evaporates, so anytime the water in your aquarium drops due to evaporation, add plain water (without salt added) to fill your aquarium back up.
5 Things You Didnít Know About Sharks    By: Neil Simon
After digging out pictures on a sighting of a small, non-threatening shark (at least thatís what the locals say) on a trip to Hawaii quite a while ago, I got to ... of the shark. Is it friend or foe? Hopefully these facts will make you appreciate sharks more. What other little tidbits do you know? Share them with us!
Introduction to Ferrets    By: Jillian Williams
When Charles, Prince of Wales, married Lady Diana Spenser, the media coverage was so extensive that TV crews and sound engineers used ferrets to run cables ... veterinary check-up since he can develop some serious health problems. Find out more about your ferretís care by investing in a good book about all their needs.
Visit to the Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans, Aquarium Tank Materials, and Aquatic Plants    By: Stephen M. Seabrook
Visit to the Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans. Hurricane Katrina damage in New Orleans wasn t restricted just to land and people. The Audubon Aquarium ... and attention? * How much will this plant cost? These are questions you will need to answer before purchasing the plants you wish to have in your tank.
Aquarium Fish Tank    By: Aleks Kos
There are many different ways you can set up an aquarium depending on what you would like to keep and what interests you most in the hobby. Accordingly ... and budget will allow. This will provide many benefits, such as a more stable aquatic environment, greater choice of fish and plants and an enhanced aesthetic value.
The Basics of Aquarium Care, Creating an Indoor Ocean, and Blind Cave Tetras    By: Stephen M. Seabrook
The Basics of Aquarium Care. With some carefully planned information and advice, a beginner should care for cold freshwater fish to start; but, be aware that ... a weak bulb to illuminate this tank and place it in a dark corner area of the home. It is exciting but mysterious at night when the house is completely dark!
Stacking Live Rock - Aquascaping your Aquarium, Part 3    By: Laurren Schmoyer
Aquascaping is decorating an aquarium with plants and rocks to produce a natural or pleasing effect. In a saltwater fish or reef tank you can set rock in piles ... fun with decorating, and give yourself lots of shelves to place corals later if you choose. Remember, nothing is set in stone so you can always make changes!
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