Tweet Coming from the continent of Africa are the largest, smallest, and most beautiful... [Read more of this article]Goby Cichlids, Cute little fish with blue lipstick!
The Goby Cichlids are adorable little fish covered with bright blue spots, and have beautiful blue lips to die for! If there was ever a fish that could take the role of the aquarium jester, it would be the comical little Goby Cichlid. They are so cute with their blue lips, clownish colors and long bulbous noses. And their antics can’t be beat!... [Read more of this article]For a Rainbow Aquarium, Tropheus Moorii cichlids have it all!
For a colorful African cichlid aquarium, imagine a palette of beautiful Tropheus Moorii! With just this one species, you can select from around 50 different fabulous color varieties. Then go even further and add another type from the seven groups of Tropheus cichlids listed below! The Tropheus Moorii, commonly called the Blunthead Cichlid, is an exotic... [Read more of this article]Conestoga Horse Breed, Ushering in 5 historical ‘firsts’ for America
Farmer John Shreiner and his Conestoga Wagon, Lancaster County, PA, circa 1910, Photo courtesy ExplorePAhistory The Conestoga was the first horse breed made in the USA, and with it came cultural influences that are still with us today! The Conestoga Horse is the first actual horse breed to be developed in America. It began to be seen in Pennsylvania... [Read more of this article]15 Cute Animals Kissing! Sharing Valentine’s Day love
Photo courtesy CuteStuff Sweetheart day is busting out all over… animal love, hugs and kisses! Can you feel it? All that pent up energy ready to flow? Love, laughter and smiles are starting to erupt all around. People and animals alike are sharing the love. But watch out, this is catching! You might find yourself with a smile on your face or... [Read more of this article]Have You Ever Seen a Fish With Four Eyes?
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, along comes the Anableps, one of nature’s creatures that is incredibly bizarre! The Four-eyed Fish are fascinating to watch, both in nature and in the aquarium. Rather than swimming underwater as most fish do, they mostly cruise about on the surface. These are livebearing fish, also known as “Anableps,”... [Read more of this article]