Famous for beginners, they are comfortable with a wide range of temperatures. Their natural habitats are those streams that are fast-flowing, that’s why it is best in a high-flow aquarium.
Hillstream Loaches may look like a catfish at first sight, but there are definitely different! They don’t last in an ordinary aquarium or a low-flow current.
Having Gold Barbs in an aquarium isn’t stressful at all because they can adapt to any water conditions and don’t require anything except for food.
Flying Fox will be seen in free-flowing waters that’s why it only lives with aquariums that generate strong flow. They grow up to 6 inches long and can live up to almost 8 years.
Aside from being able to live in a high flow current aquarium, they can also be a beginner fish for they are not handful to take care of.
Panda Garra or also known as “Garra Flavatra ”, are very adaptable when it comes to habitat for they can live both in a fast-moving and slow-moving water aquarium.
Also linked with Danios, Barbs, and Minnows when it comes to characteristics. Excluding the fact that Rasboras can live in medium-small sized aquariums and eat insects such as worms.
Similar to loaches, they also have large gills to help them breathe, eat, and to be attached. This Rubber Pleco does not grow that much even so they needed a large aquarium.
This Rainbowfish has over 50 species around the world. Named as Rainbowfish for their shiny colors change whenever being reflected light.
Yoyo Loach is pleasing and peaceful to look at, yet it tends to fight with other species and can be put together with other aggressive species. Mostly seen at the bottom of the aquarium.
Silver Hatchet only lives in water that has a strong condition of the filter. Its shape made them different from others.