10 Interesting Facts About Clownfish

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The Clownfish is a small fish found in tropical coral reefs, they come in many colours but the most common is Orange with white stripes.

It is a great fish for the saltwater beginner, they’re easy to care for and grow somewhere between 4-8 inches in length.

Here are 10 interesting facts about Clownfish you might not know;

10 Little Known Facts About Clownfish
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3 Important Facts About Clownfish

If you have ever thought about keeping Clownfish then here are some of the key takeaways from the infograph above:

1) Poor Swimmers

Clownfish are poor swimmers and typically won’t venture too far out from their home (anemone).

2) Aggressive

Although the Clownfish may look cute it is a very aggressive and terriotorial fish, be sure you know which fish can be in the same tank.

3) Education

If you plan on keeping a Clownfish, be sure you understand everything about this little guy. You want to ensure you have all the right equipment and understand proper fish keeping methods.

Are you interested in starting a saltwater aquarium for a Clownfish?

Just click here to watch our Video Guide – Part 1 of 3: How To Set Up A Saltwater Aquarium For Beginners.

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Watch How To Care For A Clownfish


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By | 2017-04-27T09:01:12+00:00 September 5th, 2016|Aquarium Fish|Comments Off on 10 Interesting Facts About Clownfish

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Jack Dempsey has over 20 years of experience with freshwater aquariums, his goal is to help beginners avoid the biggest mistakes when getting started. If you find something helpful please share it on your favourite social network. If you need help with anything send Jack a question.