I’m a total fish noob, so please excuse any seemingly dumb questions.

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I’m a total fish noob, so please excuse any seemingly dumb questions.

I keep reptiles and they have bioactive terrariums, meaning they
enclosure has plants, soil and insects that create a self cleaning
ecosystem.

Is this possible with aquariums?
I know you can put in real plants, but it possible to create a self
cleaning, self filtering system? Or just not possible?

I’m very excited to do lots of research for my first fish, and thanks
for your answers.

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Look up the Walstad method. If done right, you only need to top off the tank and don’t need filters.

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You could set up a refugium but you would still need to do typical matinance but that may help

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You can come close with a heavily planted tank, but you’d still need to water change every so often, I think.

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