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Practical Fishkeeping

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Subject: Fishkeeping, Takashi Amano, Sahyadria denisonii, Take 5 (magazine), Bella (magazine)
Collection: Bauer Group (Uk), British Magazines, British Monthly Magazines, Fishkeeping, Magazines Established in 1966, Monthly Magazines
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Practical Fishkeeping

Practical Fishkeeping (also known as PFK) is the United Kingdom's best-selling aquarium magazine. It is published every four weeks by Bauer. The title covers the entire aquatic market from tropical freshwater and tropical marine fishkeeping throughout the year to small amounts of pond and coldwater fish coverage during the summer months.

Originally called Pet Fish Monthly, the title launched in April 1966. The title changed its name to Practical Fishkeeping during the early 1980s. The magazine is edited by Tristan Lougher & Dave Wolfenden. Former editors of the title include Steve Windsor, Nick Fletcher, Matt Clarke, Jeremy Gay and Angela Kenny.

Practical Fishkeeping also has a very successful website, regularly covering fish related news as well as a popular web forum with over 160,000 members and still growing. The Forum expands even further on the printed magazine and the online articles that can be found on the main site.

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  • Practical Fishkeeping magazine website


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