Fish come in an infinite variety of sizes, shapes and stunning, vibrant colors and are known to have a tranquil, calming effect on anyone who watches them glide through the water.
While an aquarium can be a beautiful addition to any room in your home, having pet fish requires a proper environment and knowledgeable caretakers.
Critter Jungle’s fish experts are available to answer any questions you may have to make your underwater critters comfortable and happy.
At Critter Jungle you’ll find:
- Freshwater Fish
- Freshwater Shrimp
- Live Plants
- Fish Food
- Fish Feeders
- Water Care & Conditioning
- Saltwater Aquarium Care
- Water Quality Testers
- Plant & Pond Care
- Disease Treatment
- Freshwater Shrimp Supplies
- Live Plant Supplies
- Aquariums & Stands
- Decor & Gravel
- Aquarium Maintenance
- Heaters & Thermometers
- Aquarium Lighting & Covers
5 Reasons Why You Should Own an Aquarium
1. Aquariums are Educational.
They are useful tools in teaching people the value of life and the intricacies of the natural world. Nothing points out the importance of a balanced ecosystem, like trying to create and maintain one of your own. They are also a great way to teach someone the meaning of being committed to an animal, before buying something more intensive like a dog or bird.
2. Aquariums are a Great Artistic Outlet.
No two tanks are ever the same. An seemingly infinite number of tank sizes and shapes, ornaments, plants and inhabitants mean there is truly no limit to what you can create. The added bonus of working with advanced equipment makes building an aquarium fun for a wide variety of people.
3. There is Always Something New to Learn.
To this day very little is known about the mysteries of the deep. Studying aquatic life will never get old, since new discoveries are made each and every day.
4. Aquariums are Beautiful and Calming.
They remind us of warmer days when it’s cold outside, and help us to wind down after a long day. A large portion of the work involved is thought to be therapeutic.
5. Fish are Intelligent and Social.
Despite popular belief, many species of fish are extremely intelligent. They can tell who feeds them, and will readily interact with their owners. Some can even be observed pairing for life, raising their own young and fiercely protecting their home.