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Playful Rainbow Shark

by roshi on December 19, 2010

in Aquarium

Playful albino rainbow shark.

Horn Shark Vs Angel Shark

by roshi on October 12, 2010

in Wild Life

Angel Shark tries to swallow Horn Shark but something strange happens. Watch the video.

Alright, people will confuse you with these names. Iridescent shark is not the shark but its a catfish. They are all true tank busters and eat everything. These are not recommended in the normal home aquariums. Better kept with other same tank mates. If we are not talking about the iridescent shark then we are […]

Iridescent Sharks

by roshi on October 12, 2010

in Aquarium

Usually people call em’ blue line shark, Naja shark or Paroon Shark but this is misunderstanding and this shark is different and is common in pet stores. Pangasius hypophthalmus, Siamese shark, sutchi catfish or Iridescent Shark is basically a catfish and is common in the fishkeeping hobby. Their omnivorous diet consists of crustaceans, other fish, […]

Which is the fish you like most to keep? Search for its compatible fish and then go for it. If you are starting a community tank, compatible fish will live together with each other while fish not compatible with each other will fight and try to damage each other or kill the weakest. There are […]

I brought two albino rainbow sharks. In my first aquarium I have Goldfish, Bala Sharks, Rainbow Sharks and some more. Rainbow Sharks are little thin guys but sometimes they like to chase each other and that is not the worst part. Rainbow Sharks swim closer to Goldfish and nibble them. Goldfish escapes but then Rainbow […]

Here is my happy pleco. Pleco likes to swim to all corners of the fish tank and eat all the algae and clean the fish tank. I have got two little plecos which are silent workers. I have heard that pleco gets aggressive when it becomes adult.

Bala Shark

by roshi on September 17, 2010

in Aquarium

These cool fish are sharks and are called as Bala Shark, Silver Shark, Tri Color, Shark Minnow, Hangus, Silver Bala etc. These need a lot of space to swim and are very active. I have a pair of these.