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I know that you are a fish hobbyist and love to pet fish from different species. But the problem is that you are not sure if the fish you chose are compatible beings or not. Neon Tetras and Guppies are the most popular fish species in the world. And we will be looking into their compatibility profile in this article. Some fish species in the fish world are best if kept in community tanks, while…

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.…

Tetras are among the most common aquarium fish. I bet every fish keeper has kept at least once in their lifetime. There are so many varieties of tetra that you may find your dream fish to be a tetra. These fish are hardy, peaceful, and can be suitable tank mates for many aquarium fishes. There are probably more species of tetras than you can keep count with the number of species exceeding 1500. Among all…

With the vibrant and bright colorations, tetra fish has become one of the most popular fish that people want in their home aquarium. Tetras are small freshwater fish that come from the Characidae family. Tetra fish have diverse groups consisting of over 1100 species in this family. Therefore, fish lovers across the world have many different options to choose from. You cannot just buy your tetra fish and dump it in a tank that already…