Guppy Fish


The guppy prefers a hard water aquarium. Guppies are generally peaceful.Guppys shouldn't be kept as a single fish in an aquarium because both males and females show signs of shoaling, and are usually found in large groups in the wild.

Arowana Fish


Arowanas are solitary fish and only appreciate company while young; adults may show dominance and aggression.These fishes are best kept with live or frozen feed and they easily outgrow the tank within a span of 8 to 10 months.

Black Ghost Fish


Black ghost knifefish require a medium sized tank when smaller, though as they grow larger will require a much larger tank.They should be provided with a shelter in which to hide. They prefer a dimly lit tank as their eyesight is optimized for low light.

Cardinal Tetra Fish


The Cardinal Tetra brings delicate beauty to any home freshwater aquarium. It has a bright blue stripe contrasted by a lower red stripe that runs the entire length of its body. Growing to about 3 cm (1.25 in) total length.

Cherry Barb Fish


The fish is most often kept in community tanks by aquarium hobbyists. The cherry barb is a schooling fish and is best kept in groups of five or more individuals, though the schools are often less discrete than those of other barbs.

Cichlids Fish


Cichlids have become increasingly popular as aquarium fish.Many cichlids are small to medium-sized, easy to feed with a range of prepared fish food, breed readily, and practice brood care, making good aquarium fish.

Colour Guppy Fish


The guppy prefers a hard water aquarium. Guppies are generally peaceful.Guppys shouldn't be kept as a single fish in an aquarium.these are very colourful and attractive fish.

Discus Fish


Discus fish thrives in deep water. So, you may want to get a large tank that is both wide and deep. Discus fish can grow up to 6 or even 7 inches.put in plants, bog wood, and rocks inside the tank.

Flower Horn Fish


Flowerhorn are ornamental aquarium fish noted for their vivid colors and the distinctively shaped heads for which they are named. Like blood parrot cichlids, they are man-made hybrids that do not exist in nature.

Gold Fish


Goldfish produce a large amount of waste both in their faeces and through their gills, releasing harmful chemicals into the water. Build-up of this waste to toxic levels can occur in a relatively short period of time, and can easily cause a goldfish's death.

Harlequin Rasbora Fish


The harlequin rasbora is a shoaling fish, and should be kept in a group comprising a minimum of six individuals, though shoals of larger numbers are preferable not only from the standpoint of the well-being of the fish.An aquarium should be planted with live plants.

Julido Chromis Fish


Julidochromis are small-growing and easy to spawn and care for if their basic needs are fulfilled.Only one species of Julidochromis should be kept in any single aquarium.The tank should be decorated with rocks to form caves and passageways as shelter.

Neon Tetra Fish


Commercially bred neon tetras have adapted well to a wide range of water conditions, However, they will die if traumatized by dramatic changes to their environments. should not be kept with large or aggressive fish which may bully or simply eat them.

Rainbow Fish


Rainbowfish are usually less than 12 centimetres in length. They live in a wide range of freshwater habitats.Rainbowfish are popular aquarium fish.Although they spawn all year round, they lay a particularly large number of eggs at the start of the local rainy season.

Rummy Nose Tetra Fish


The rummy-nose tetra is a schooling fish, which exhibits tight schooling behaviour both in the wild and in the aquarium.Consequently, these fishes should be maintained in groups of no fewer than six individuals.A planted aquarium is welcomed by these fishes.

Tetras Fish


Tetra fish are a popular fish for beginning and experienced aquarium keepers alike. Their bright fluorescent colors are attention-getting and enjoyable to watch. With proper care, these small fish can provide years of enjoyment.. it is bacically a large species many fist is under yhis species.

Elephant Fish


Elephant Noses are very peaceful and interesting fish. The probe below their mouth is not really a nose but is a very sensitive electric organ that is very good at finding small worms in dark or murky water.If you put a small ball of tinfoil in the aquarium, the Elephant Noses will play with it.

Denisoni Fish


This fish is a relatively new addition to the fish keeping hobby. The Denison's barb is a schooling fish that is usually kept in groups. It tends to be peaceful but some have been known to be slightly aggressive around food, especially if kept in less space than they require.