Piranhas: Popular and diverse freshwater aquarium fish from South America. Requires large tanks and a varied diet. Beware of their aggressive nature.
Arowanas: Sought-after predator fish for experienced aquarists. Requires large tanks, careful selection of tank mates, and regular feeding.
Colorful African Cichlids: Active and aggressive fish requiring special care. Research tank setup and feed accordingly. Mind their jumping tendencies.
Vibrant Tiger Oscars: Aggressive, fast-growing fish. Choose tank mates carefully or keep in a species-only tank. Need large tank with rocks and caves.
Aggressive Pig Nose Puffer: Select tank mates carefully. Requires 30-gallon tank with clean, oxygenated water. Feed carnivorous diet.
Rainbow Shark: Small, territorial, and aggressive. Tank mates should be able to defend themselves. Compatible with Barbs, Danios, Rainbowfish, Gouramis.
Red Tailed Shark: Not a real shark. Black body, red tail. Territorial when matured. Omnivorous diet. Feeds on algae.
Flowerhorn Cichlid: Large size, aggressive nature. Needs a 100-gallon tank. Omnivorous diet. Compatible tank mates: Jaguar Cichlids, Tiger Oscars, Leopard Plecos, Plecostomus, Black Pacu.
Tiger Barb: Aggressive, not suitable for community tanks. Orange body, black stripes. Keep in groups of 5-6. Compatible tank mates: Catfish, Tetras, Platys, Danios.
Betta Fish: Beautiful and popular, but aggressive. Keep alone or with compatible tank mates like Croaking Gouramis, Catfish, Bloodfin Tetras. Easy to feed with specialized flakes or homemade food.