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A Freshwater Tropical Fish Experience In An Aquarium « Climate

The vast rainforest, steppes, deserts and savannas or regions of grassland lying between equatorial forests and dry deserts is home to thousand species of tropical fish. This refers to all cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates that breathe through their gills or by special breathing system that allows them to take oxygen from the air instead of in the water. As years went by and with the boom of fish-keeping as a hobby, the term now specifically means freshwater fish. By adopting fish at home, people may get to experience and understand the tropics even though one does not live near the equator where all year round, climate is typically warm with only slight variation in temperature due to the combined effects of direct sunlight exposure and the presence of. Species from the wild have become an aquarium collection favourite because of their bright color and unique appearance. Some are even really rare and for their certain features, many have been selectively bred. Others are hybrid of even more than one species.

Some are even really rare and for their certain features, many have been selectively bred. Many are hybrids of multiple species and that includes intentional man-made mixes.

Birchirs and redfish are common tropical fish in a freshwater enviornment among others like; catfish; cichlids, loaches and related cypriniforms, some pufferfish, rainbowfish and many, many others and some can do both freshwater and saltwater depending on species and sub-species.

Some fish are to aggresive to be in the fish tank with others. A good example is the Discus fish which are great by themselves because they are rather shy and are clearly not compatible with aggresive fish like an Oscar or some varities of Ciclids or Jack Dempseys. Green Swordtail, Variable Platy, Southern Platy, Bala Shark, Red-Striped Rasbora, Malabar Danio, Tiger Barb, Rosy Barb, Gold Barb, Cherry Barb, Marbled Headstander, Serpae Tetra, Garnet Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Cardinal Tetra, Blue Tetra, Bloodfin Tetra, Iridescent Shark, Upside-Down Catfish, Platies, Swordtails, Mollies, Killifish and some types of Labyrinth Fish can live in a community.

Highly recommended for first timers are Goldfish, Siamese Fighting Fish, Gray Bichir, Ornate Bichir, Reedfish, Amazon Sailfin Catfish, Walking Catfish, Black Phantom Tetra, Black Tetra, Buenos Aires Tetra, Cave Tetra, Emperor Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Neon Tetra, Serpae Tetra, Sunshine Peacock Cichlid, Eureka Red Peacock, Blue Dolphin Cichlid, Afra Cichlid, Electric Yellow Cichlid, Malawi Eyebiter, Auratus Cichlid, Chipokee Cichlid, Blue Johanni Cichlid, Aurora, Red Zebra Cichlid, Cobalt Blue Cichlid, Kenyi Cichlid, Giraffe Cichlid, Julie Cichlid, Masked Julie, Lyretail Cichlid, Jewel Cichlid, German Ram, Texas Cichlid, Cherry Barb, Gold Barb, Rosy Barb, Sumatra Barb, Malabar Danio, Pearl Danio, Zebra Danio, Striped Panchax, Guppy, Black Molly, Sailfin Molly, Dalmatian Molly, Variable Platy and Green Swordtail.

Having been successful in taking care of the types mentioned above, for the next challenge, you might want to try adopting the following species which have special needs: Spotted Raphael, Black Neon Tetra, Bleeding Heart Tetra, Congo Tetra, Green Neon Tetra, Rummy-Nose Tetra, Blue Lyretail, Dwarf Gourami and Black Ghost Knifefish that are sensitive with their environment and are prone to diseases.


There is a saltwater aquarium

by Popogisho

In my bedroom.The tank contains a clown fish (ala Nemo) and a turbo snail. Both were given into my care 7 years ago when a friend moved and told me he was going to "dump" them.
I have done my best to take care of them and both are active (the snail less so obviously)and seem content. However the idea of keeping a wild animal in a fish tank **is** uncomfortable for me.
They eat seaweed (that I buy) and fish food which has so far always been given to me.
I tell myself that I have given them the best life I could, and I know I would never *buy* tropical fish and invertebrates

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by G_ALMIGHTY

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