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Don't let Hump Day slap you around! http://ow.ly/qoyzX
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If you want an easy to care for, reef-safe fish, look no further than the orchid dottyback! #SpeciesSunday http://ow.ly/qozGX
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We at TFH wish you, your family, and your fishy friends a very Happy and Healthy New Year!
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A shell-dwelling #cichlid, Neolamprologus caudopunctatus is easy to keep and breed in small- to medium-sized tanks http://goo.gl/Pd9bY
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You probably never thought of the fishkeeping hobby as a useful tool for algebra class, but it did help one writer! http://bit.ly/QFixtp
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We at TFH wish you, your family, and your fishy friends a very Merry Christmas!
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Do you love barbs? The Angolan barb makes for a great breeding challenge! http://ow.ly/qoD1q
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The author became the first in the United States—and one of the first in the world—to successfully breed peacock bass. http://goo.gl/3Z0gc
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We want to know: What are your aquarium-related New Year's resolutions?
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Starting anew after the family move from Luxembourg to Finland. It's been 3 month looking at an empty aquarium. Now is the time to get something new starting
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When not kept properly, feather dusters will lose their namesake crown of feathers. #SpeciesSunday http://bit.ly/NNCj5G
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A perfect mix of charm, intelligence, and spunk the dwarf puffers from India's Pamba River make great pets. http://bit.ly/N2ziUu
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These worms can be challenging to keep, but they'll help keep your tank merry and bright for the holidays! http://bit.ly/S4TUMh
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Freshwater, Saltwater, Reefs, Plants, Ponds, and More
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Since the first issue rolled off the presses in 1952,Tropical Fish Hobbyist Magazine has been at the forefront of educating and entertaining aquarium hobbyists—from beginner to advanced—month after jam-packed month. With expert authors delivering up-to-the-minute information on the ever-changing aquarium hobby, all illustrated with dazzling world-class photography, it’s easy to see why TFH has been considered the most accurate and useful magazine for aquarists of all levels for more than half a century.
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