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Fish can be full of personality, which makes choosing the right pet fish so important. For a balanced, happy aquarium, get to know fish behavior and how to select a fish community.
When deciding which fish species will live together in your aquarium, it's important to select fish that:
These colorful fish are active and easy to care for but are aggressive toward other tank mates when defending their territory. Furnish your tank plentifully, providing decoration African cichlids can use to establish personal space.View fish
Like African cichlids, these guys are both personable and easy to look after. They're less aggressive toward tank mates, but all fish need to be similar in size to ensure compatibility. Most reach 6 to 8 inches in length, but some (such as the oscar) can grow to be more than a foot long.View fish
Goldfish come in a number of interesting varieties with beautiful, flowing fins. Both laid-back and hardy, they make ideal pets for beginners. Goldfish can live up to 20 years, depending on their environment.View fish
These eye-catching creatures are known for being abundantly colorful and active. Many species do best when kept in schools of five or more. An aquarium with a large school of colorful tropical fish can be very impressive.View fish
Semi-aggressive tropical fish share the vibrant colors and animated personalities of their non-aggressive counterparts. They tend to bully smaller tank mates, so it's best to make sure all semi-aggressive tropical fish in your tank are similar in size.View fish
From aquarium selection to filtration and heating to creating the perfect aquatic environment, we can help you confidently care for your unique pet.