What country in south America produces the most fish?
Peru produces the most fish in South America with 9,388,662 captured fish in 2005. Chile comes in second with 4,330,325 captured in 2005.
Tropical fish that do well in soft water are those fish which come from areas where the water is naturally soft. The most notable location for this is south America and most of the different types of fish from there will do very well in soft water. These include tetras, plecos, all sorts of south American catfish, angelfish and other south American cichlids, freshwater stingrays and discus.
Native Americans started America as a country, establishing living environments that we can credit life on this country to. When the white men came to America from Europe, the Native Americans taught them how to fish, farm, hunt, and build. Without Native Americans, America would not be half of the intelligent superpower that it is today.