Fluval Edge Aquarium Kit in Black

$129.99 to $212.49 $110.49 to $169.99
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Coralife BioCube PC/LED Fish Tank

$249.99 to $379.99 $199.99 to $303.99
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Fluval Spec V Aquarium Kit in Black

$99.99 $74.99
Marineland Portrait Glass LED Aquarium Kit

$69.99 $52.49
Fluval Spec III Aquarium Kit in Black

$69.99 $52.49
Fluval Edge Aquarium Kit in White

$129.99 to $212.49 $110.49 to $180.61
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Back to the Roots AquaFarm 3 Gallon Fish Tank

GloFish 5 Gallon Crescent Aquarium Kit

$54.99 $41.24
Tetra 1.5 Gallon LED Desktop Aquarium Kit

$29.99 $17.99
Aqueon Betta Falls Aquarium Kit in Black

$49.99 $37.49
Fluval Spec III Aquarium Kit in White

$69.99 $52.49
biOrb Silver Mega Aquarium Kit with Light

$239.99 $216.99
biOrb Black Mega Aquarium Kit with Light
$239.99 $216.99
Fluval Edge Aquarium Kit in Silver

$129.99 $110.49
Aqueon Betta Falls Aquarium Kit in White

$59.99 $44.99
Midwest Tropical AquaTower Aquarium Pentagon

$799.99 $679.99
biOrb Black Aquarium Kit with Light

$159.99 $146.99
Aqueon Evolve LED Aquarium Kit

$69.99 $52.49
Aqueon BettaBow LED Desktop Fish Aquarium Kit

$39.99 $23.99
Baby biOrb Silver Aquarium Kit
$89.99 $79.99
Baby biOrb Black Aquarium Kit

$89.99 $79.99
Penn Plax Finding Nemo Big Eye Aquarium Kit

$39.99 $33.99
Marina 360 Aquarium Kit
$39.99 $29.99
Petco Deluxe Plastic Drum Betta Bowl

$9.99 $5.99

Aquariums, Fish Tanks and Aquarium Tanks for Aquarists of All Levels

Adding the beauty and serenity of fish and their fish tanks to your home is a sure-fire way to enliven almost any room. From simple half-gallon fish bowls and desktop aquariums to decorative Enchanted Evening Betta Bowls and breath-taking tropical aquarium towers, there is a multitude of aquarium tanks available to suit your personal style and home décor. Often chosen as pets for being relatively low maintenance and peacefully alluring, fish make excellent pets for people of varying ages and experience levels. As saltwater aquariums and reef tanks generally require more care and maintenance than freshwater bowls and fish tanks, saltwater tanks can also be more rewarding as they can showcase more exotic species of fish, marine invertebrates, corals and plants. Of the many aquarium tanks available, determine which one is right for you and brighten up your home today.

Most novice aquarists begin with freshwater bowls and other types of beginner aquariums, such as a desktop aquarium kit that is complete with a freshwater tank, filter, filter cartridge, lighted hood, water conditioner and food. While these kits contain basic accessories for most beginner fish tanks, there is more fun to be had in choosing your own plants, rocks, colored substrates and decorative ornaments. There are aquariums that have been specifically designed for display on shelves, while there are some that are equipped with reversible backgrounds to change with your mood. There are even octagon-shaped aquarium tanks that act as unique tables, hold up to 28-gallons of water, and never fail as an interesting conversation piece for entertaining guests.

As all fish tanks require a certain level of maintenance in order to preserve the health and vitality of your fish, it is important that aquarists of all levels clean their aquariums regularly. This may entail knowing how to properly cycle the water in various saltwater tanks as well as keeping your aquarium water conditioned and balanced. By learning more about proper tank care, you can become a more responsible pet parent as well as a more knowledgeable aquarist. From the simple single gallon Goldfish or Betta bowls that are available, along with 1.5 and 2.5-gallon freshwater tanks and more complex 50-gallon saltwater aquarium tanks, find the right tank for you and your home today.