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Fish like Black Widow Tetra are well-known for their community nature. So, the questions you ask are mostly, which fish are the best tank mates of black widow tetra? Likewise, which fish are the worst tank mates for black widow tetra? Black widow tetras do pretty well with other tetras as well as some other fish like loaches, Corydoras, Rasboras, etc. depending on the temperament, size, and nature of the fish. These black widow tetras…

If you love black color, the black neon tetra is the soulmate for your aquarium. The cherry on the top is that it is extremely hardy and easy to care for. These fish dwell from mid to top. Moreover, they are peaceful shoaling fish. So, what tank mates can you keep with the black neon tetra? The black neon tetra is a peaceful fish that stay in schools. These fish do well with any freshwater…

When you ought to get any tetra fish, you want to include a few more varieties of fish along with them. So, the main question is, which fish are awesome tank mates for Congo tetra? What are the factors that make any fish an ideal choice as tank mates for Congo Tetra? Congo tetra can live happily with other tetras, mollies, guppies, etc., as these fish are similar in nature and can live in the…

A Brazilian fish from the Amazon Basin is the kind of fish that everyone wishes to have in their fish tank as an aquarium enthusiast. Even though it looks the same as rosy tetra, Bentosi white fin tetra attracts people to its beauty like nothing else! Bentosi white fin tetra is a fish belonging to the Characidae family. You can find it in the market with several names like White Tip Tetra, White Fin Ornate,…

Everyone wishes for an aquarium with all types of fish swimming beautifully in it. And of course, the tetras are the most beautiful when kept together. Their varieties are vast with different colors and shapes. But the question remains the same. Can different types of tetras live together? Can different types of tetras form a school? Yes, different types of tetras can live together in a tank, only when there are enough species of each…

Pets are such a joy to have in a person’s life. They become an inseparable part of your life. Studies tell having a pet helps you develop emotionally, physically, and psychologically. But, when you think about a perfect pet, you generally guess a cuddly dog pops up in your mind, right? Or a cat? Maybe a bird? What about fish as a perfect pet? If you are interested in fish as a pet then Neon…

Have you been searching for a friend for your Glowlight Tetras, but do not know which type of fish to get? If yes, you have come to the right place in your search! As you may already know, Glowlight Tetras are schooling fish, which means that they love to swim around in the tank with at least five other Glowlight Tetras. However, given the hardiness and the small size of Glowlight Tetras, it may become…

Absolutely! Not. Neon Tetras and Bettas are the most popular fish in fish keeping hobby. But, planning to keep them together in a 10-gallon tank is the ‘BAD’ idea. If you want them to get along in the same tank, you must have an aquarium of a minimum of 15-gallons or bigger.  You will be successful in keeping Bettas and Neon Tetras together in the same tank, only under correct circumstances which we will be…

Your goldfish is lonely, and you want to bring some other fish as a company. And, neon tetra being as mesmerizing as goldfish, you want to bring neon tetra home thinking, how amazing they will look together. You are right, they will look great together until the goldfish swallows your neon tetra. Yes, that’s true. Goldfish grow very fast and very large to eat up your neon tetra. So, the Answer to the question, can…

Many people love to add different varieties of species in the same aquarium. Not only does this make the aquarium more unique but also more attractive. So one day I was sitting next to my aquarium, looking at my beautiful Neon Tetras and wondering if I could blend them in with some new African Dwarf Frogs. Is this possible? Though it may sound strange, keeping Neon Tetras and African Dwarf Frogs together is actually possible.…