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Aquarium Fish

Aquarium fish can differ from their counterparts in oceans and streams and owners should be aware. Learn about some common and not so common aquarium fish, such as the Egyptian Mouthbrooder, Penguin Fish, and Tiger Barb.

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Bleeding Heart Tetra

The bleeding heart tetra is a deep-bodied tetra that grows to two inches and must be kept in groups. This fish is higher-maintenance than many others, but it's beauty may be worth the extra care.

Bloodfin Tetra

The bloodfin tetra is an excellent community species that grows to approximately two inches in length. Like most tetras, they are most comfortable in a group of six or more.

Red-Eye Tetra

The red-eye tetra likes to take a nip now and then at the longer fins of other fish. Read about the otherwise undemanding red-eye tetra fish.

Congo Tetra

Unlike many of the peaceful fish suited to an aquarium, the African Congo tetra likes to jump! Learn how to protect him and keep him happy in his aquarium.

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