Guppies have been an aquarium hobby mainstay for years. Originating in tropical pools in South America and the Caribbean Islands, these fish are now available in a broad array of hues that have been generated by selective breeding in fish farms. Many guppy keepers may begin with just one or …Read More »
How to Take Care of Guppy Fish
The guppy lives in freshwater and is a member of the family Poeciliidae. The guppy is a favorite among fish keepers because to its attractive, sweeping fins and vibrant body coloration. As tropical aquarium fish, guppies are among the most accessible. In addition to being quiet and tranquil fish that …Read More »
When fed bread, guppy fish die!
I am asked, “Can guppies eat bread?” rather often. There’s never a good reason to feed bread to guppies. Guppies may have trouble digesting the yeast and gluten in bread. If you feed your guppies bread, it might lead to digestive problems, constipation, and even swim bladder condition. Since the …Read More »
How Frequently Do Guppies Give Birth?
One of the most popular freshwater fish in the world is the guppie. They can adapt to practically any water conditions since they are resilient, colorful, and hardy. Another reason I have been in love with guppies for more than 30 years If you’re new to keeping guppies, you might …Read More »
Guppies and Red Cherry Shrimp Compatibility?
Guppies are among our hobby’s most vibrant fish. They are available in practically all shades of hue. A tank of male guppies in vivid colors often draws attention. The most intelligent shrimp in the hobby are most likely red cherry shrimp. These two species work wonderfully together. Is it possible …Read More »