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Semi-Aggressive Freshwater Fish for a Tropical Aquarium
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Aggressive freshwater fish may receive a poor reputation by some people due to a bad experience, prejudice, or not enough knowledge about fish behavior, requirements, and suitable tank mates.
Semi-Aggressive Freshwater Fish for a Tropical Aquarium
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When it comes to aggressive freshwater fish, you cannot get more aggressive than the red belly piranha. They can make for great aquarium fish when kept with others of their own kind. They are large, growing as big as 12 inches and will eat fish smaller than them, so contemplating an introduction of red belly piranha into a cross-species tank would be a mistake. Semi-Aggressive Freshwater Fish for a Tropical Aquarium
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Tiger Oscar Cichlid. Aggressive freshwater fish that grows up to 14" long and should be housed in a 40+ gallon tank, with only other types of Cichlids and maybe one or two full grown Plecos. Will eat anything that fits in it's mouth. Other than that, it's a great fish. Fishometer: 8Arowana
Top 10 aggressive freshwater fish for aquarium
This is a arowana, the body grows more than 1 meter.
This is a hunting fish and is expensive and expensive.
MONSTER FISHES!!!
You knew that the snakehead can live out of water for 4 days.
You knew that the arowana can jump up to 100 cm.
You knew that the piranhas ( from 30 and over ) can eat a chicken in 2 minutes.
*I want to thank all fish keepers for their videos.On one hand, cichlids are famous for having some of the most exotic colors among freshwater fish. But on the other hand, they are known for being rather aggressive. So what if you want the benefits of their vibrant colors, but don’t want to deal with, or witness, the aggression?You may have seen tropical fish labeled as semi-aggressive and wondered if they were smart choices for your freshwater aquarium. This label can be confusing, and not all fish earn it for the same reason.Arowana
Top 10 aggressive freshwater fish for aquarium
This is a arowana, the body grows more than 1 meter.
This is a hunting fish and is expensive and expensive.
MONSTER FISHES!!!
You knew that the snakehead can live out of water for 4 days.
You knew that the arowana can jump up to 100 cm.
You knew that the piranhas ( from 30 and over ) can eat a chicken in 2 minutes.
*I want to thank all fish keepers for their videos.Unlike other freshwater fish, sharks do not react to other tank mates, instead; they react to the physical environment. This could take a few weeks or more, depending on the plants and decorations in the tank. Although they are quite active, it does take a new shark a substantially longer time to become comfortable in its new environment than most other fish, and a pet owner may not see their shark for quite a long time. Once a shark has become comfortable it will claim a territory and generally stay in this area. If the tank is small, the fish may try to claim the entire aquarium and become aggressive or, at the least, start fin nipping. If you are planning to keep a shark in a smaller aquarium (under 55 gallons) it should be kept with fast swimming fish and fish without long fins.