The 10 fish we shortlisted to be honored as the best tankmates for clownfish are dartfish, yellow tang, mandarin dragonet, pygmy angelfish, chromis damselfish, blenny, basslet, pseudochromis, red coris wrasse, and banggai cardinalfish.
Following Coral’s death, Marlin and Nemo’s lives turn upside down. But the film’s ending is heartwarming and almost tear-jerking when the little boy finally reunites …
Finding Nemo first came out in 2003 and catapulted unassuming little clownfish into a life-changing spotlight overnight. A decade after we first came to know …
There are dozens of designer clownfish variants available for purchase but none as striking and unique as the black storm clownfish. Thanks to the good …
Black ice clownfish is a captive-bred specimen, and it’s nothing short of stunning. It’s a cross between black ocellaris and a snowflake clownfish.
If you’re about to name your clownfish Nemo, don’t. I’m sure a million other people have chosen this ‘clever’ name for their clownfish.
Yes, clownfish can live alone. Although they would thrive in a pair, they are perfectly capable of leading a solitary life. Many hobbyists who are testing waters in the saltwater avenue for the first time often opt to raise just one clownfish at a time. And it’s alright.
Yes, clownfish have teeth. However, they don’t have teeth in their jaws as mammals do. Instead, the teeth are located in the throat and are known as pharyngeal teeth.
There are thousands of coral species to choose from. However, the ones we have shortlisted are the hardiest, withstand lots of stress, and offer plenty of room for beginner’s mistakes.
Gold stripe maroon clownfish are some of the most aggressive clownfish we know. Therefore, these fish are definitely not recommended for beginners or faint-hearted.