PEA pufferfish is one of the smallest pufferfish in the world. The fish is highly sought after by aquarists due to its unique behavior and appearance. Also known as the dwarf PEA pufferfish, you can keep the exotic-looking fish in a small aquarium.In this guide, you will learn about...
  Swordtails are colourful fish that make great additions to any passive community aquarium. They add interest and colour to your tanks and are ideal for both novices and experts alike.   Dedicated breeders are developing iconic swordtail varieties, most of which are instantly recognizable even to those who’ve never owned an...
  Angelfish are arguably the most recognizable freshwater fish adopted by aquarists worldwide. They are admired for their stunning appearance, graceful swimming patterns, and passive behaviour.New varieties are becoming available as various subspecies are interbred for varying results. They’re aptly named after their soft flowing lines and arrow-shaped bodies.Very few...
   The Cherry Barb is a small, brightly colored tropical fish that can be a perfect addition to your Aquarium. Freshwater fish is popular among aquarists all over the world. Native to Sri Lanka, the fish can now also be found in Colombia and Mexico in large numbers. The fish...
  A goldfish becomes the center of attraction of any aquarium, and a Fantail goldfish is sure to catch every eye. An easy-to-maintain variety, even novice aquarists can keep a Fantail goldfish. They are a hardy variety of fish but are prone to a few diseases.   The appearance of Fantail Goldfish   The...
  The ember tetra has risen in popularity in the last few years because of its striking appearance and playful temperament, making it a great addition to any community aquarium.   They are easy to take care of, well-mannered, and super cute. Its hardy temperament enables tetra to tolerate most water conditions.   This...
Betta fish have long been a staple of the aquarium hobby due to their aggressive personality and elegant appearance. Their most distinguishing features are the spectacularly unique fins which will steal your attention for hours on end. They are often referred to as the 'Siamese' fighting fish because of the...
  Contrary to their name, Rainbow sharks are not actual sharks but are so named after the shape of their fins and body, which bears an uncanny resemblance to large ocean sharks.    Although they're a common sight in most home aquariums, rainbow sharks can be a little difficult to care for due...
  The Goldfish is a freshwater fish native to East Asia and has been developed as an ornamental fish for gardens and aquariums. It belongs to the Cyprinidae family, and the Goldfish scientific name is Carassius Auratus. The Goldfish has been reared and bred for centuries in China and Japan,...
    The Cory Catfish is arguably one of the easiest species to look after, making them ideal for new to fishkeeping. They have a calm, non-aggressive temperament and get along well with others.   Most Corys are generally shy and timid and probably will need time to adjust to a new tank...