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Arapaima

The Arapaima (Arapaima gigas), also known as the Piracucu, Pirarucu, or Paiche, is one of the world's largest freshwater fish. The species is reported to reach lengths in excess of 3 m (9.8 ft.) and weigh up to 200 kg (440 lb), although these reports

Silver arowana

The silver arowana (Osteoglossum bicirrhosum), sometimes spelled arawana, is a freshwater bony fish of the family Osteoglossidae, commonly kept in aquaria. The term "Osteoglossum" means "bone-tongued" and "bicirrhosum" means "two barbels" (from the G

Asian arowana

Like all Scleropages, Asian arowanas have long bodies; large pectoral fins; dorsal and anal fins located far back on the body; and a much larger caudal fin than that of their South American relative, the silver arowana, Osteoglossum bicirrhosum. Thei

Tetra - White Skirt

White Skirt Tetras average two inches in length at maturity. Unlike Black Skirts, the White Skirt Tetra lacks stripes. They are very light and almost appear transparent. In motion, they appear fan-like. White Skirt Tetras are also commonly color died

Tetra - Rosy

By maturity, Rosy Tetras can grow to one and a half inches (four centimeters) in length. Just as their name suggests, these fish are a rose color. Some are a bit darker, with hints of purple, while some are lighter in color, nearly peach in shade.

Tetra - Neon

The Neon Tetra is a brightly colored small fish. They rarely exceed four cm in length, averaging one and a quarter to one and a half inches in length, with males being slightly smaller than females. Females also have a rounded belly, while males are

Tetra - Glow Light

Glow Light Tetras usually reach lengths of about one and a half to one and three quarters inches (four to six centimeters) by the time they are full-grown. The background color of the Glow Light Tetra is metallic dark silver, and a bright orange-red

Tetra - Cardinal

A Cardinal Tetra can reach a length of five centimeters at maturity. Females can be distinguished from males by their stomachs, which tend to be larger than those of males. Cardinal Tetras can be distinguished from Neon Tetras by the red line, which

Tetra - Bloodfin

The Bloodfin Tetra will grow to a size of one and three-quarters to two inches. Male Bloodfins can be identified by the small hook located on the anal fin. They live to an average age of 10 years.

Tetra - Bleeding Heart

Bleeding Heart Tetras usually reach lengths between one and two inches (two and a half and five and a half centimeters). Some develop long, flowing fins. The dorsal fins of males are typically black. All Bleeding Heart Tetras are silvery in color, wi

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