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Welcome to our Freshwater Tropical Fish & Invertebrates section
In general, tropical freshwater fish are found all over the world. The ones kept for home aquarias include wild-caught specimens, single-species individuals born in captivity, some are selectively bred for special physical features such as long fins, or particular colorations such as albino, and others are hybrids of more than one species. In today's aquarium hobby, almost every common tropical freshwater fish has been bred in captivity. Many countries have even set up fish farms, also known as 'aquaculture facilities', in order to avoid depleting fish from their native habitat. Whatever the choice of freshwater aquarium you plan to set up usually begins with the choice of tropical fish species you would like to keep in it. Besides personal preferences, there are many factors to be taken into consideration; fish's adult size, water preferences, feeding habits, compatibility with other species, and more.

There are literally thousands of fish species available in the aquarium hobby and more and more are being discovered. Our goal here is not to show you all of them but provide you with some information of the types of fish and invertebrates we carry. Most of the fish species on our website are suitable for the planted aquaria and likely to live peacefully with each another. We are always looking for new and exciting species to bring to our valued customers so be sure to click on the "New Arrivals" from time-to-time to see our latest catch. If you are looking for a particular fish species not listed on this website then give us a call and we'll see if we can get you some.
Dwarf Cichlids
Labyrinth Fish
Plecos / Catfish
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