Hey there.! Welcome to Aquarialy.com! My name is Lauren Kiekbusch & I’m the founder of this website.
Our website was established by a group of fish and aquarium enthusiasts. We are fascinated by aquariums. That is to say, this is a result of our excitement to make people feel amused about the aquariums and the corresponding things to them. In doing so, there are a lot of things that will be covered as much as you need.
On our website, we’ll share everything about Aquarium Plants, Freshwater Aquariums, Fishkeeping, Saltwater Fish, Fish Diseases, Water Care, Gear Reviews With The Tips & Tricks, Etc.
The moto is, we are firmly determined to help our readers with all possible information and insights into the things listed above.
Therefore, you can now know everything about aquarium maintenance.
What Are Our Main Points?
Number One: Knowledge Sharing
Being a part of an aquarium maintenance company, our team members really know what to do and how to do things. And here, we want to spread our knowledge among you.
No matter who you are, either a newbie or an experienced one, you will get all kinds of information and useful articles here.
Number Two: Recommending The Right Thing To You.
We will not only write down pages after pages but also give you some valuable recommendations for a particular product. So, you are getting enough information on equipment as well.
Whatever you are searching for, from specific species information, breeding information, to product recommendation, we will share with you.
Our Goals by aquarialy.com:
Our goal is to let you know everything in a particular area.
At A Glance:
- Aquarium Plants
- Freshwater Aquariums
- Saltwater Fish
- Fish Diseases
- Water Care
- Gear Reviews With The Tips & Tricks
Last But Not Least,
Each and every visitors to our website are very valuable to us.
As we love to spread our knowledge and share everything you need to know, similarly we also love to listen to you.
Then, feel free to ask us, or share your valuable advice as you think.
Thanks for being here with us!
“To understand what the outside of an aquarium looks like, it’s better not to be a fish.”