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Guide: Our fish recommendations

Here are our picks for 6 of the easiest fish varieties to start out with as a new hobbyist, chosen for their beautiful coloration, ease of maintenance, and low aggression levels. Keep in mind that all fish, even "easy" fish, require adequate care and attention paid to their environmental needs.

 

  1. Crown Tail Male Betta Fish
  • These fish are popular due to the ease of care, the low maintenance and bright jewel tone colors. They are easy to keep in a bowl or a tank and do not have large requirements for care.

 

  1. Tetras
  • These fish are popular due to their ease of care, hardiness, non-aggressive temperament and small size. It is quite easy to keep multiple tetras in a tank together and they do not require large tanks. Most species of tetra can be kept together quite easily.

 

  1. Guppies
  • These fish are popular due to the small size, ease of care and colorful fan tails. Guppies are very hardy fish and since they are livebearers, it can be fun to watch the baby fish appear and grow in the tank.

 

  1. Platies
  • These fish are popular due to the small size, ease of care and bright colors. Platies are very adaptable to a wide range of tank conditions and since they are livebearers, it can be fun to watch the baby fish appear and grow in the tank.

 

  1. Swordtails
  • These fish are popular due to the small size, ease of care and bright colors. Swordtails are very adaptable to a wide range of tank conditions and since they are livebearers, it can be fun to watch the baby fish appear and grow in the tank.

 

  1. Mollies
  • These fish are popular due to the small size, ease of care and fun personalities. Mollies are very hardy fish and since they are livebearers, it can be fun to watch the baby fish appear and grow in the tank.
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