Lionfish are venomous, predatory fish native to the Indo-Pacific. They are members of the Scorpaenidae family, which means "scorpionfish".
The Mandarinfish, also known as the mandarin dragonet, is a brightly coloured fish native to the Pacific. It can be found in the Western Pacific Ocean from Malaysia to Australia.
Clownfish, also known as anemonefish, get their name from the colourful sea anemones they inhabit. They thrive in the warm waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
Discus, members of the Cichlidae family, are "King of the Aquarium" due to their regal colours and majestic beauty. They are native to the warm waters of the Amazon in South America.
Betta fish, or Siamese fighting fish, are a popular freshwater aquarium fish. They are native to Southeast Asia and found in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
The Moorish idol, native to the Indo-Pacific and tropical Eastern Pacific, is a small, colourful, marine ray-finned fish with a protruding, beak-like mouth. In captivity, they are notoriously known as one of the most challenging species to keep alive for a longer period.
The Banggai cardinalfish is a small, tropical marine fish native to the Banggai Islands in Indonesia. Due to its peaceful nature, this species is a popular choice in the aquarium trade.
The clown triggerfish is a tropical marine fish with a stocky, oval body and large head. It's found while diving in locations like the Maldives, Thailand, Fiji, East Africa, Samoa, Australia, and Japan.
Seahorses are tiny, slow-moving fish with a head shaped like a miniature horse. They inhabit shallow temperate and tropical waters around reefs, seagrasses, and mangroves.
Killifish are egg-laying fish found all over the world. There are approximately 1,270 killifish species, with the largest family being Rivulidae, which has over 320 species.