Different Types of Fish

Fish live in water and it is their fins and body formation that allows them to negotiate the water currents. Some fish thrive in cold water while others need tropical conditions for their survival. The article that follows will list the different types of fish.
| Thursday, January 1, 2009

Fish are vertebrates which are animals with backbone and they survive in water with the help of gills that help them to breathe. Their body is streamlined to suit swimming in water. There are as many as 25000 different types of fish in the different water sources all around the world. These fascinating creatures are found in almost every water source and environment. E.g.: Even in Antarctic a fish type called icefish is found and this fish survives in the water that is below freezing point. These different types of fish can include jawless fish, body fish and cartilaginous fish. Bony and cartilaginous fish have jaws. The size of fish can range between 8 mm to 45 foot.

Broadly fish may be classified into certain groups. These include tropical fish, coldwater fish, marine fish and freshwater fish.

Tropical Fish

These are the fish that live in either freshwater or saltwater but they need warm or tropical medium or temperature to thrive. Many types of tropical fish are popular aquarium fish because of their bright colors. The types of pet fish in tropical fish include wild caught specimens, single species that are individually born within captivity because of their peculiar features such as coloration or long fins and hybrids of multiple species.

Types of tropical fish include

  • Agassizi's dwarf cichlid
  • Adolfo's cory
  • Angelfish
  • Algae eater/Sucking loach
  • African Mudskipper
  • Armoured bichir
  • Asian arowana/Dragon fish
  • Archerfish
  • Blue acara
  • Bristle-nosed catfish
  • Black Ruby barb
  • Bi-coloured banjo
  • Black Widow tetra
  • Buenos aires tetra
  • Bleeding heart tetra
  • Cape Lopez Lyretail
  • Black Neon tetra
  • Common hatchet
  • Convict Julie
  • Convict cichlid
  • Chequered julie
  • Clown Knifefish
  • Bronze/Albino cory
  • Banded rainbow
  • Bumblebee cichlid
  • Black Ruby barb
  • Brown julie
  • Blue/Three-spot gourami
  • Cuckoo Synodontis
  • Clown Synodontis
  • Cherry barb
  • Dwarf Pencilfish
  • Dwarf/Pygmy Puffer
  • Dwarf gourami
  • Elephant nose
  • Common pleco
  • Cardinal tetra
  • Cockatoo cichlid
  • Clown loach
  • Cherry barb
  • Convict cichlid
  • Celestial Pearl Danio
  • Discus
  • Dwarf otocinclus
  • Freshwater barracuda
  • Port cichlid
  • Green terror
  • Knife Livebearer
  • Steel-Blue Aphyosemion
  • Panda dwarf cichlid
  • Macmaster's dwarf cichlid
  • Shark catfish
  • Oscar
  • Silver/Bala shark
  • Tinfoil barb
  • Rosy barb
  • Golden barb
  • Zebra/Candy-stripe loach
  • Siamese fighting fish/betta
  • Pakistan loach
  • Tiger barb
  • Pentazona barb
  • South American Puffer
  • Red-tailed Redeye puffer
  • Parrot cichlid
  • Panda cory
  • Spotted climbing perch
  • Pink-Tailed Chalceus
  • Zebra danio
  • Siamese algae eater
  • Three-line cory
  • Pike characin/slant nosed gar
  • Peppered cory
  • Pacu
  • Red Finned shark   
  • Siamese/Silver Tigerfish
  • Rope fish/Reed fish
  • Red-tailed black shark
  • Glowlight tetra
  • Thin Bar Siamese Tigerfish
  • Siamese/Indonesian Tigerfish
  • New Guinea Tigerfish
  • Frontosa
  • Malawi Eye-Biter
  • Red Rainbow
  • Wide Bar Siamese Tigerfish
  • Flying fox
  • Rainbow cichlid
  • Zebra pleco
  • Wolf / Tiger fish
  • Shark catfish
  • Serpae tetra
  • Kissing gourami
  • Rummy-nosed tetra
  • Threadfin rainbow
  • Severum
  • Rusty cichlid
  • Red zebra
  • Paradise fish
  • Electric yellow lab
  • Sailfin marbled catfish
  • Golden julie
  • 'Kenyi'
  • Malawi golden cichlid
  • Glass catfish
  • Red-Striped rainbow
  • Boeseman's rainbow
  • Western rainbow
  • Lake Kutubu rainbow
  • Red Eye tetra
  • Ram cichlid
  • Sebae Mono, Finger Mono
  • Mono, Malayan Angel
  • South American leaf fish
  • Silver dollar
  • Neon rainbow
  • Salvin's cichlid
  • Lemon cichlid
  • Jack Dempsey
  • Lyretail cichlid
  • Silver arowana
  • Otocinclus
  • Marbled Knifefish
  • Giant gourami
  • Giant red-fin gourami
  • Kribensis
  • Indian Mudskipper
  • Neon tetra
  • Red Pacu
  • Red-tailed catfish
  • Sailfin molly
  • Pictus catfish
  • Guppy
  • Marbled bichir
  • Ornate bichir
  • Poll's Bichir
  • Yellow-tailed acei
  • Senegal bichir
  • Powder Blue/Pindani
  • Red Line Torpedo barb
  • Pentazona barb
  • Rosy barb
  • Tiger barb
  • Golden barb
  • Harlequin Rasbora
  • Red Scissortail
  • Red-Bellied Piranha
  • Green Scat
  • White/Black Piranha
  • Red-Bellied Piranha
  • Silver prochilodus
  • Silver Scat
  • Green Spotted Puffer
  • Figure-eight puffer
  • Waterlot's Synodontis
  • Green Spotted Puffer
  • Giant Freshwater Puffer
  • Humpback Puffer
  • Firemouth
  • Nile/banded Puffer
  • Spotted Puffer
  • Large-scaled Archerfish
  • Pearl gourami
  • Harlequin Rasbora
  • Platy
  • Moonlight gourami
  • Swordtail

Coldwater Fish

These fish can be fresh water fish or salt fish and basically need colder water temperature. Typically these types of fish need temperature below 20 °C. Goldfish and koi are the most common types of fish in this variety. These fish tend to grow at a slower pace and also live longer than those that live in warm waters.

List of fish types in coldwater fish include

  • Goldish
  • Koi
  • Gold Barb
  • Green Barb
  • Rosy Barb
  • Two Spot Barb
  • Standard Bloodfin
  • False Bloodfin
  • Buenos Aires Tetra
  • Croaking Tetra
  • Guppy
  • Hillstream Loaches
  • Native Fish
  • Weather Loach
  • Pearl Danio
  • White Cloud Mountain Minnow
  • Wimple
  • Zebra Danio

Marine Fish

These fish thrive in salty seawater and most marine fishes require tropical climate to survive.

Types of fish in marine fish include

  • African Flameback
  • Banggai cardinal fish
  • Bicolor Angelfish
  • Axelrods clown blenny
  • Axilspot Hogfish
  • Bandfin cardinalfish
  • Cherub Angelfish
  • Chestnut eyelash blenny
  • Bicolor Foxface Rabbitfish
  • Bigeye cardinalfish
  • Chevron tang
  • Chinese trumpetfish
  • Chocolate surgeonfish
  • Cinnamon Clownfish
  • Bicolor blenny
  • Bignose unicornfish
  • Blackcap Gramma
  • Blackfin Hogfish
  • Blackfinned Clownfish
  • Black Striped Angelfish
  • Black triggerfish
  • Blackbar triggerfish
  • Blackbelly triggerfish
  • Blackstripe cardinalfish
  • Black Velvet Angelfish
  • Blackspot Angelfish
  • Blacktail Angelfish
  • Blue Angelfish
  • Blueface Angelfish
  • Bluehead Fairy Wrasse
  • Blue tang surgeonfish
  • Cherub AngelfishBluespotted Angelfish
  • Bluespotted triggerfish
  • Bluethroat triggerfish
  • Boomerang triggerfish
  • Brazilian Gramma
  • Bridled cardinalfish
  • Brown Combtooth Blenny
  • Brown surgeonfish
  • Clarkii Clownfish
  • Clown triggerfish
  • Cockatoo waspfish
  • Comical blenny
  • Convict surgeonfish
  • Convict surgeonfish 
  • Desjardin's sailfin tang
  • Eight Lined Wrasse
  • Elongate surgeonfish
  • Emperor Angelfish
  • Eyestriped surgeonfish
  • Doederlein's cardinalfish
  • Dog toothed cardinalfish
  • Doubleband surgeonfish
  • Flamefish
  • Flame Angelfish
  • Cook's cardinalfish
  • Finespotted Fairy Wrasse
  • Five-lined cardinalfish
  • Coral Beauty
  • Coral Hogfish
  • Coral Rabbitfish
  • Cortez Angelfish
  • Cuban Hogfish
  • Drab sole
  • Exquisite Fairy Wrasse
  • False cleanerfish
  • Gray Angelfish
  • Halfback Angelfish
  • Halfmoon picassofish
  • Halfmoon triggerfish
  • Gray unicornfish
  • Great Barrier Reef blenny
  • Green Chromis
  • Grey triggerfish
  • Large-scale triggerfish
  • Lemonpeel Angelfish
  • Leopard blenny
  • Linear blenny
  • Lined sole
  • Hartzfeld's cardinalfish
  • Hogchoker
  • Humpback unicornfish
  • Keyhole Angelfish
  • Maroon Clownfish
  • Magnificent Rabbitfish
  • Masked Rabbitfish
  • Korean Angelfish
  • Large toothed cardinalfish
  • Linguado
  • Live sharksucker
  • Longnose surgeonfish
  • Lubbock's Fairy Wrasse
  • Finescale triggerfish
  • Foxface Rabbitfish
  • French Angelfish
  • Masked triggerfish
  • Majestic Angelfish
  • Gilded triggerfish
  • Golden Angelfish
  • Goldspotted Rabbitfish
  • Indian triggerfish
  • Iridescent cardinalfish
  • Orangespine unicornfish
  • Orbiculate cardinalfish
  • Ornate Wrasse
  • Japanese surgeonfish
  • Onespot Foxface Rabbitfish
  • Orange Angelfish
  • Orange-lined triggerfish
  • Lyretail Hogfish
  • Mango Angelfish
  • Picasso triggerfish
  • Pink Skunk Clownfish
  • Pinktail triggerfish
  • Ochre-striped cardinalfish
  • Orange Skunk Anemonefish
  • Orangeside triggerfish
  • Midnight Angelfish
  • Redtoothed triggerfish
  • Ring-tailed cardinalfish
  • Royal Gramma
  • Rock Beauty
  • Rusty Angelfish
  • Redfin Fairy Wrasse
  • Redmargin Fairy Wrasse
  • Red-speckled blenny
  • Palette surgeonfish
  • Passer Angelfish
  • Percula Clownfish
  • Nalolo
  • Skunk Clownfish
  • Sleek unicornfish
  • Sohal surgeonfish
  • Spanish Hogfish
  • Social Wrasse
  • Saddle Clownfish
  • Sailfin tang
  • Sargassum triggerfish
  • Scribbled Angelfish
  • Painted frogfish
  • Pajama cardinalfish
  • Persian blenny
  • Potter's Angelfish
  • Ocean surgeon
  • Ocean triggerfish
  • Ocellaris Clownfish
  • Purplemask angelfish
  • Queen Angelfish
  • Queen triggerfish
  • Queensland blenny
  • Red Sea mimic blenny
  • Redtail triggerfish
  • Saddleback Clownfish
  • Saddleback Hogfish
  • Scott's Fairy Wrasse
  • Seale's cardinalfish
  • Shaggy angler
  • Sixbanded Angelfish
  • Solor Fairy Wrasse
  • Spotted oceanic triggerfish
  • Spotted surgeonfish
  • Spotted tang
  • Talbot's blenny
  • Thompson's surgeonfish
  • Threadfin cardinalfish
  • Titan triggerfish
  • Spotted unicornfish - Naso brevirostris
  • Spotted unicornfish - Naso maculatus
  • Spotted Hogfish
  • Stone triggerfish
  • Striated frogfish
  • Striated surgeonfish
  • Striped triggerfish
  • Striped-fin surgeonfish
  • Watanabe's Angelfish
  • Wedge-tail triggerfish
  • Wolf Cardinalfish
  • Wolf eel
  • Whitetail Pygmy Angelfish
  • White jawed cardinalfish
  • Whitemargin unicornfish
  • Vermiculated Angelfish
  • Virgate Rabbitfish
  • Yellowbar Angelfish
  • Yellow Hogfish
  • Yellow-spotted triggerfish
  • Yellowmargin triggerfish
  • Yellowstreaked Fairy Wrasse
  • Tomato Clownfish
  • Tomini surgeonfish
  • Twospot surgeonfish
  • Twotone tang
  • Warty frogfish
  • Wolf fish
  • Yellow tang
  • Yellow Angelfish
  • Yellowstriped cardinalfish
  • Yellowtail surgeonfish
  • Yellow-tailed damsel
  • Yellowtail tang

Freshwater Fish

These are the fish that survive in freshwater and are usually found in inland rivers as well as streams.

List of freshwater fish

  • Afra Cichlid
  • African Butterfly Cichlid
  • African Butter Catfish
  • African Knife Fish
  • Banded Knife Fish
  • Bangka Snakehead
  • Baram Snakehead
  • Barca Snakehead
  • Aulonocara Benga
  • Australian Pearl Arowana
  • Azureus Cichlid
  • Chilumba
  • Banded Bichir
  • Banded Shovelnose Catfish
  • Barred Knife Fish
  • Chinese Snakehead
  • Cinnamon Killifish
  • Clown Barb
  • African Snakehead
  • Agassiz' Dwarf Cichlid
  • Akar betta
  • Albino Cory
  • Clown Killifish
  • Clown Killi
  • Bala Shark
  • Batik Loach
  • Barred Sorubim
  • Clown Knife Fish
  • Clown Loach
  • El Abra Pygmy Swordtail
  • Amiet's Lyretail
  • Asian Arowana
  • Archerfish
  • Argus Fish
  • Arnoldi
  • Aulonocara Maulana
  • Badis
  • Bearded Cory
  • Beauty Mouthbrooder
  • Bengal Danio
  • Bigtooth River Stingray
  • Bishop livebearer
  • Chel Snakehead
  • Cherry Barb
  • Chevron Snakehead
  • Clown Pleco
  • Black Arowana
  • Black Banded Leporinus
  • Black Barred Myleus
  • Black Diamond Gold Piranha
  • Blackfinned Snakehead
  • Black Ghost Knife
  • Black Neon Tetra
  • Black Piranha
  • Black Phantom tetra
  • Blackskirt Tetra
  • Bleeding Heart Tetra
  • Benny Tetra
  • Blue Gourami
  • Blue Discus
  • Big Eye Mouthbrooder
  • Big Toothed Piranha
  • Black Pacu
  • Black Small Fighter
  • Blind Cavefish
  • Bloodfin Tetra
  • Blotched Snakehead
  • Blue Acara
  • Blue Band Mouthbrooder
  • Cardinal Tetra
  • Catemaco Livebearer
  • Celebes Halfbeak
  • Ceylon Snakehead
  • Blue Convict Cichlid
  • Blue Panda Apisto
  • Bluespotted Snakehead
  • Blyth's Loach
  • Bolivian ram
  • Brandti Piranha
  • Bream
  • Bristlenosed Catfish
  • Cortes Swordtail
  • Cross River Puffer
  • Crystel Eyed Catfish
  • Cochu's Blue Tetra
  • Brown Betta
  • Brown's Betta
  • Brown Discus
  • Bucktoothed Tetra
  • Buenos Aires Tetra
  • Demasoni Cichlid
  • Diamond tetra
  • Dovii Cichlid
  • Double Lipspot Mouthbrooder
  • Bulldog Pleco
  • Bullseye Snakehead
  • Burmese Snakehead
  • Dwarf Loach
  • Dwarf Mouthbrooder (Betta)
  • Dwarf Snakehead
  • Duboisi Cichlid
  • Cockatoo dwarf Cichlid
  • Comma Swordtail
  • Compressed Cichlid
  • Congo Blackfin
  • Congo Tetra
  • Congo Tetra
  • Convict Cichlid
  • Coolie Loach
  • Duckbill Catfish
  • Freshwater Barracuda
  • Freshwater Butterflyfish
  • Freshwater Garfish
  • Freshwater Gar Fish
  • Freshwater Moray Eel 
  • Freshwater Moray Eel
  • Dusky Piranha
  • Dwarf Croaking Gourami
  • Father Strohs Mouthbrooder
  • Figure Eight Puffer
  • Dwarf Gourami
  • Dwarf Livebearer
  • Electric Blue Hap
  • Electric Catfish
  • Firehead cichlid
  • Flag acara
  • Flagtailed Catfish
  • Electric Yellow Lab
  • El Quince Swordtail
  • Emperor Snakehead
  • Eureka Cichlid
  • Eyespot Mouthbrooder
  • Fahaka Puffer
  • Firebird Cichlid
  • Firemouth Cichlid
  • Flame Tetra
  • German Blue Ram
  • Geryi Piranha
  • Ghost Knife Fish
  • Flier Cichlid
  • Forrest Betta
  • Freshwater Barracuda
  • Golden Snakehead
  • Gold Gourami
  • Gold Mixteco
  • Grant's Peacock cichlid
  • Frontosa Cichlid
  • Fundulopanchax avichang
  • Fundulopanchax batesii
  • Giant Betta
  • Giant Danio
  • Giant Snakehead
  • Glass Knife Fish
  • Glass catfish
  • Glowlight Tetra
  • Holland's Piranha
  • Honey Gourami
  • Hoplo Catfish
  • Hora's Loach
  • Golden Nugget Pleco
  • Gray Bichir
  • Green Discus
  • Green terror
  • Green Throat Mouthbrooder
  • Green Puffer
  • Halfbeak
  • Heller's Cichlid
  • High Backed Pygme Swordtail
  • Highland Platy
  • Indian Glassfish
  • Indonesian Datnoid
  • Green Severum
  • Green Terror Cichlid
  • Guppy
  • Guyana Leaffish
  • Keyhole Cichlid
  • Knife Livebearer
  • Jack Demspey Cichlid
  • Javan Mouthbrooding Fighting Fish
  • Jelly Bean Tetra
  • Highland Swordtail
  • Hikari Danio
  • Hogchoker
  • Horsefaced Loach
  • Humeralis Piranha
  • Lamp eye tetra
  • Leopard Danio
  • Inle Snakehead
  • Julii Cory
  • Midas Cichlid
  • Monterray Platy
  • Montezuma Swordtail
  • Kadango Cichlid
  • Koi Carp
  • Malebo Puffer
  • Marbled Hatchet
  • Marbled Hatchet
  • Leopard Cory
  • Leporinus
  • Lesser Bleeding Heart Tetra
  • Madagascar Rainbowfish
  • Maison's Peacock
  • Malawi Eyebiter
  • Lesser Spiny Eel
  • Lyretail Killifish
  • Lyre Tail Pleco
  • Marbled Headstander
  • Mbu Puffer
  • Mekong Puffer
  • Moonlight Gourami
  • Mossaic Stingray
  • Motoro Sting Ray
  • Mousetail Knife fish
  • Muzquiz Platy
  • Paradise Fish
  • Pareutropius bueffei
  • Peaceful Betta
  • Peacock Mouthbrooder
  • Ocellated Puffer Fish
  • Ocellated Snakehead
  • Otocinclus
  • Night Snakehead
  • Nijsseni's Dwarf Cichlid
  • Norman's Lampeye
  • Pike Livebearer
  • Pike Piranha
  • Pineapple Discus
  • Pinche Piranha
  • Neon Tetra
  • New Ediths Mouthbrooder
  • Niger Snakehead
  • Northern Mountain Swordtail
  • Northern Platy
  • Northern Snakehead
  • Orangespotted Snakehead
  • Ornate Bichir
  • Ornate Pim
  • Panda cory
  • Pearl Danio
  • Pearl Gourami
  • Ornate Tetra
  • Olive Danio
  • Plumed Lyretail
  • Polka Dot Loach
  • Polka Dot Ray
  • One Spot Mouthbrooder
  • Oscar
  • Pink Tailed Chalceus
  • Piraya Piranha
  • Platy
  • Powder Blue Cichlid
  • Orange Finned Danio
  • Oscar Fish
  • Otocinclus Catfish
  • Pacman catfish
  • Panaw Snakehead
  • Redbelly Piranha
  • Red-blotched River Stingray
  • Red Devil
  • Red Dwarf Rasbora
  • Penguin Tetra
  • Red Empress Cichlid
  • Red Eyed Tetra
  • Red Heckles Discus
  • Red Hook Silver Dollar
  • Peppered Corydoras
  • Pepper Tetra
  • Pictus Catfish
  • Red Tailed Catfish
  • Red Tailed Hemiodopsis
  • Red Tailed Shark
  • Red Terror Cichlid
  • Red Zebra
  • Pingi Logsucker
  • Pretty Tetra
  • Purple Spotted Gudgeon
  • Queen Loach
  • Rainbow Snakehead
  • Rainbow Shark
  • Red Belly Pacu
  • Red jewel cichlid
  • Sheepshead Swordtail
  • Severum
  • Siamese Algae Eater
  • Siamese Fighting Fish
  • Sieve Cichlid
  • Redish Dwarf Fighter
  • Red Port Acara
  • Rummy Nose Tetra
  • Rummynose Tetra
  • Sabretooth Tetra
  • Sailfin Molly
  • Sailfin Pim
  • San Juan Cory
  • Red Sumatran Fighter
  • Rio Aloyac Platy
  • Rose Danio
  • Rosen's Hybrid Platy
  • Royal pleco
  • Schallers Mouthbrooder
  • Schwartz's Cory
  • Scissortail
  • Serrated Piranha
  • Serpae Tetra
  • Silver Datnoid
  • Silver Dollar (Metynnis hypsauchen)
  • Silver Dollar (Metynnis argenteus)
  • Silver hatchetfish
  • Silver Hemiodopsis
  • Silver Mylossoma
  • Silver Prochilodus
  • Silvertip Tetra
  • Simple Mouthbrooder
  • Simor Fighter
  • Skunk Botia
  • Skunk Cory
  • Slender Betta
  • Slender Hemiodus
  • Slender Pygme Swordtail
  • Small Fin Fighter
  • Smaragd Fighting Fish
  • Smooth Back River Stingray
  • Snakeskin Gourami
  • T-Bar Cichlid
  • Tenuis Tetra
  • Ten Spotted Livebearer
  • Texas Cichlid
  • Spike Tail Platy
  • Splendid Snakehead
  • Spotted Pike Characin
  • Thinbar Datnoid
  • Three lined mouthbrooder
  • Three Spot Tetra
  • Tiger Barb
  • Tiger Botia
  • Tiretrack Eels
  • Tomi Mouthbrooder
  • Tigrinus Catfish
  • Speckled Platy
  • Spotted cachorro
  • Spotted Green Puffer
  • Spotted Silver Dollar
  • Three Lined Cory
  • Thick Lib Gourami
  • Tramitichromis intermedius
  • Tricolor Cichlid
  • Twin Spot Flag Cichlid
  • Spotted Snakehead
  • Spotted Talking Catfish
  • Socolof's Tetra
  • Sterbai Cory Cat
  • Sterlet
  • Striped Silver Dollar
  • Wessel's Cichlid
  • West African Lungfish
  • Western Mosquitofish
  • White Cloud Mountain Minnow
  • Striped Panchax
  • Swordtail
  • Swordtail Characin
  • Wimple Piranha
  • Wine Red Betta
  • Wolf Fish
  • Tail Light Tetra
  • Turquoise Cichlid
  • Tussys Small Red Fighter
  • Umbie
  • Umbrella Cichlid
  • Upland Swordtail
  • Upside-down Catfish
  • Viejita Apisto
  • Wasers Mouthbrooder
  • White Piranha
  • Widebar Datnoid
  • Yellow Acara
  • Yellow King Piranha
  • Yellow Swordtail
  • YoYo Loach 
  • Zebra Danio
  • Zebra Loach
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Hannah Dahlgren on Sunday, March 24, 2013
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The is one big long list i never knew there were that many types. :)
Rory T Dog on Saturday, June 16, 2012
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Good list really helped me with my homework
Sheng Jit on Saturday, May 5, 2012
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Thanks for the cool list
Myname on Saturday, May 5, 2012
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How hard is it to find out types of fish that live in spain? answer: very!
Les Barker on Thursday, April 14, 2011
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I took a photo of a fish on slab it had as full body but at the mouth it went to tenticles like a jellyfish it was dead and the fishmonger wanted to know what it was
Priya M V on Wednesday, January 12, 2011
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Oh my god those r really amazing list of fishes which v r nt aware of....
» Lola Kestretia replies to Priya m v on Thursday, June 16, 2011
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I know.alot of them are very pretty.
Raisa on Saturday, December 4, 2010
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I like the shsrk catfish even i did not see it i hope it is cool
Lara Dotun on Wednesday, September 16, 2009
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I can't believe there's so much kinds of fish. its divine and amazing. well done to the reseacher.
» Jane replies to Lara dotun on Tuesday, May 4, 2010
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.,hey!.i just want to ask if wat kind of fish is janitor fish?.,