Can you name types of freshwater fish?
um ok here are lots of freshwater fish: Australian rainbow fish, turquoise rainbow fish, black moor goldfish, blue oranda goldfish, chocolate oranda goldfish, koi angelfish, orange sunshine guppy & red cobra delta guppy um hope thers enough there to keep you going!! :)
the name of a tiny freshwater fish is a minnow
212 different types of fresh wate fish
Damselfish is a small freshwater fish. Dwarf Loach is a small freshwater fish.
Yes, there are some types of puffers that live in freshwater but they are not compatible with many fish. what kinds?
Some types of fish that live in freshwater are bettas, goldfish, tetras, and mollies. Other fish include gouramis, barbs, and cichlids.
724, 000, 000 Types of fish. Give or take a fue million
there are many types of fish
There are different types on puffers. Some live in freshwater and some in saltwater. If you could please elaborate on which kind of puffer fish it would appreciated..... you asshat
Skate or ray fish have no bones. Only cartilage. I don't know about any freshwater ones one salt ocean.
I do not believe that there is **any** type of **BONELESS** fish, either freshwater or saltwater. Shark are boneless, their bodies are made of cartiledge.
Well, there are 2 types of fish, saltwater fish, and freshwater fish. Only put in saltwater if you own a saltwater fish. Note: Saltwater fish could live safely in freshwater, but freshwater fish will suffocate in saltwater.
frogs,and certain types of fish
salt, warm, cold and freshwater
It contains frogs small types of fish and seaweeds
I only know that there is the saltwater and freshwater types of fish but I am not sure about the third one.
A few types of fish can live together. The best combination is guppies and tropical fish (freshwater!)
There are many types of fish found in the pet shop that are not found in the Ocean, such as all the freshwater fish, they are found in lakes. There are also many types of man made hybrids and color and fin forms that are not found in the natural world. Some examples are the freshwater parrot fish, which is a hybrid, and the koi angelfish, which has different color from the wild variety.
bass, brim are two.
Answer.... There several types of freshwater cat fish, they can be found on every continent except Antarctica; although most catfish on the market are farmed. They get their name from the barbels which extend from the top jaw, and have scaless skin. Salt water varieties are know as Hog fish. Other names for cat fish include Bull head and Mud cat, see links below....
In most cases, no. I cannot name any exceptions myself. However I do know that the Molly fish is a freshwater fish that can live in saltwater.
Yes, guppies are freshwater fish. Their scientific name is Poecilia reticulata.
Loaches are freshwater fish, for example, the clown loach which is a freshwater fish.
Shad, salmon, some rainbow trout, eels.
Brackish fish. Brackish is where the salt and sea water meet. It includes some angelfish, puffer fish, etc.
Saltwater fish are not better than freshwater. They are simply different and sometimes even the same. A few types of fish can become adapted to both such as Mollies. It's a matter of preference, budget and aquarium experience on either side.
Freshwater most commonly known is the clown loach. Saltwater most commonly known is the Trigger fish.
Many types of animals eat algae in freshwater. Snails, fish, bivalves and even birds are all common algae eaters.
It depends on which fish it
Cichlids are freshwater fish.
fish, duck, frogs and other things like that.
No because they will kill eachother and die :(
They are freshwater fish.
What you need to look for is not particularly "freshwater" fish. What you need is Coldwater fish rather than Tropical fish. The coldwater species that may be available apart from all the different types of Goldfish. are Golden Orf, Rudd, Roach, and various catfish species too.
Limpet is the name given to saltwater and freshwater snails.
It depends on which you are referring to, there is both a freshwater and a marine fish that carries the name mandarin, the two species have no relation to one another what so ever. There is a freshwater fish called a mandarin fish or a Chinese perch that can be found in china. There is also a mandarin goby that is a saltwater fish that dwells in reefs, and lagoons feeding on small pods and… Read More
Freshwater angels will eat any small fish they can fit in their mouths. Their preferance is baby guppies. Also young and male mosquito fish.
Hmmmmm well i think that saltwater fish live in saltwater and freshwater fish llive in freshwater!
Piranha are freshwater fish
Freshwater fish derive small amounts of salt from their freshwater habitat. If you place a freshwater fish in saltwater, the difference in habitat will cause the fish to burst.
Freshwater fish need regular water without salt, Marine fish need salt water. Marine fish are more colorful and interesting then freshwater fish but they are a lot harder to look after than freshwater fish. Saltwater fish need more water to swim in and are more fragile than freshwater fish.
Freshwater fish live in freshwater and saltwater fish live in saltwater. Freshwater fish are a little dull in colored compared to saltwater fish.
Tilapia are freshwater fish.
There is no such thing as a freshwater clown fish
Freshwater fish would lose water from its body and eventually die of placed into saltwater. Saltwater fish have special cells and kidneys that remove the salt from their bodies. There are some species that can be gradually switched between the two types of water.
they can easily adapt to any freshwater places because it eats all types of foods
No. Goldfish are freshwater fish. Ocean is saltwater. Take a freshwater fish and put it in a saltwater environment and the higher density of the water will generally crush the internal organs of the fish. There are a few fish who can go into either and a type of water called brackish water where it is a mixture of fresh and salt that hosts different types of fish.
Because saltwater fish can only breathe in saltwater (as in the ocean) and freshwater fish can only breathe in freshwater (as in tap water.)
Perch is a common name for fish of the genus Perca, freshwater gamefish belonging to the family Percidae.