WHAT TYPE OF FISH SHOULD I GET AS A BEGINNER?

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You are a fish lover. You want to setup a fish tank in your home for your enjoyment but you don't know what fish you should keep as a beginer fish keeper. Here is some recommendation for your first aquarium fish tank. As a beginner fish keeper, it's essential to choose fish that are hardy, adaptable, and relatively easy to care for. Here are some popular and suitable fish species for beginners:

  1. Betta Fish (Betta splendens): Betta fish are known for their vibrant colors and long fins. They are relatively hardy and can tolerate a wide range of water conditions. However, it's important to keep them in appropriate-sized tanks and provide proper care.

  2. Guppies (Poecilia reticulata): Guppies are small, colorful fish that are easy to care for and breed. They are adaptable to various water conditions and can thrive in community tanks.

  3. Platies (Xiphophorus maculatus): Platies are peaceful, active fish that come in various colors. They are known for their ease of care and can tolerate a range of water conditions.

  4. Swordtails (Xiphophorus hellerii): Swordtails are another popular choice for beginners. They are lively, hardy fish and can adapt well to different water conditions. They are also known for their distinctive sword-like tails.

  5. Corydoras Catfish: Corydoras catfish, such as Bronze Cory (Corydoras aeneus), are bottom-dwelling fish that are great for community tanks. They are peaceful, hardy, and help keep the tank clean by scavenging for food remnants.

  6. Neon Tetras (Paracheirodon innesi): Neon tetras are small, schooling fish known for their vibrant colors. They are relatively hardy and can be kept in community tanks with other peaceful fish.

  7. Danios (Danio rerio): Danios are active, schooling fish that are suitable for beginners. They are resilient and can adapt to various water conditions. Zebra danios are a common variety.

  8. Cichlid fish is a hardy fish but they are very agressive. My first fish was a Red dragon Flowerhorn. They need a big tank size such as 40-75 gallon so they reach to potential size. Due to their aggression, you should only keep it alone to prevent any issue as a beginer.

Remember to consider the size of your aquarium, compatibility between species, and the specific care requirements of each fish before making a decision. It's also important to provide a well-cycled and properly maintained aquarium to ensure the health and well-being of your fish.


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