Making of the Aquarium...
See that you choose the right size of the tank (or decide on that) based on the room size in whcih you wish to install the aquarium. It should be away from direct sun, at a good view point for your regular pet-watch. You should also have some space for keeping the items connected with the tank such as the hand nets, tubings for siphon cleaning, funnel, small beaker, aerator connectives etc. I am embedding some more youtube clips for your convenience.
Now a days the acrylic ready molded tanks are available in the market. Its worth while going for the ready-made to avoid the mess of making your own tank. But, take it from me, its thrill and its a matter of grate satisfaction of having made our own aquarium....I have experienced it myself, ofcourse did fail a couple of times...!!!
Setting the aquarium tank
Once fabricated or bought, test your aquarium tank for leakage if any. Once confirmed, wipe it dry after through cleaning. Ready a table or a rust-proof casted stand to support the aquarium tank with water (make sure the stand is strong enough for this and mild disturbances if any by kids or accidental jerks). Keep the tank away from direct sunlight, else the algae that grow fatser will make your task of cleaning and maintaining the tank a major job.
Fill the tank with clean (purge the chlorin away if you use municipal water by storing the water for a day with aeration to remove chlorine if any present). Make the preparations just in-time for
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