To maintain or gain leadership in an area, probably your tank.
3x2 or 5x1
Minimum amount of water for a pair of Angelfish is 30 gallons.
Angelfish can grow to quite large sizes and if you get koi angel fish they are usually quite big when you get them.
That depends upon how big it is.
Roughly 6 inches
Yes , they can if you have a big tank.
An angelfish is normally a whitey color im not sure if they come in different colors. but they have big fins whether they're babies or adult fish they still have big fins they have long fins underneath the fish i think it helps them sense things.
The emperor angelfish, Pomacanthus imperator, is a species of marine angelfish.
Feed a Queen angelfish many small portions of food throughout the day instead of just one or two big meals.
As a fully grown adult, my angelfish's body, not including the fins, is about 2 inches wide and 3 inches long. But as babies they are much smaller, and I didn't expect mine to grow as big as it did.
All commonly sold Angelfish are the same species, Pterophyllum scalare, and they should all get roughly the same size, which is 5"-6" long and 10"-12" tall (fin tip to fin tip). They are big fish that need very tall tanks!
There are not many fish that are compatible with Angelfish. Only Angelfish are truly compatible with Angelfish.
You would need quite a large tank, as angelfish can grow HUGE. Fully developed angelfish can grow quite big, so if you want three angelfish, I would firstly recommend an extremely tall tank. They like tall tanks because of their tall figures. The tank would need to be at least fifty gallons, but that's the minimum. It's preferable if you have a bigger tank, to prevent stunted growth, early deaths, etc. My recommendation is a tall tank that is preferably more than fifty gallons.
No it is not, as you can see, the queen angelfish is much more colourful. The angelfish is just black and white. Except for the male, it is colourful but not as colourful as the queen angelfish.
You would need at least a 150 gallon tank
Angelfish are not dangerous to people. There are freshwater and saltwater angelfish. The freshwater angelfish grow to a size of a few inches, while the saltwater angelfish can grow up to 12-inches.
Yes, they do. Angelfish love to socialize with their mates, or other angelfish.
They can get quite large, but only if you treat them with great care and provide them with flawless living conditions. Angelfish can grow as big as the size of your open hand with the fingers spread apart. If you are interested in purchasing angelfish, I would recommend a tall tank with a minimum of fifty gallons, preferably more.Although rare Angel Fish can reach 12 inches in height and 6 inches wide. The average height of an Angel Fish is 4 inches.
The angelfish is a breed of fish.
No, an angelfish does not have an exoskeleton.