maintenance, care, compatibility
Life expectancy of some species of aquarium fish
Let’s find out how many species of aquarium dwellers live: cockerel and guppy, swordtails and angelfish, telescopes, parrots, danios and others.
Experts disagree on how many years goldfish live. Some believe that these fish live for 3-4 years, others – that their life expectancy reaches 10-15 years.
The longest lived goldfish in the UK, which died at the age of 43 years.
Aquarium fish telescope, as well as other goldfish, can live in the aquarium for about 15-17 years.
The zebrafish belongs to the carp and lives from 5 to 7 years.
Scalar, a species of Cichl, can live up to 10 years. In Germany, the long-lived angelfish lived 18 years.
The parrot fish also belongs to the cichlor species, which, under appropriate conditions, can also live up to 10 years.
Sword-bearers and guppies are live-bearing carp fish and their life can last no more than 5 years.
Constantly fighting cockerel fish live in captivity for a short time – 3-4 years.
Labyrinth fish gourami can live in the aquarium for 4-5 years, glass catfish – up to 8 years, and piranha, referring to the characteristic haratsinovyh, lives in captivity up to 10 years.
Remember that the lifespan of your aquarium pets depends largely on your careful and caring attitude and proper care.