The 9 Amazing Facts About Angel Fish

Koi angelfish are amazing black, white, gold, and orange fish. Koi angelfish are tall and slim, unlike other angelfish. In addition, Koi angelfish enjoy thickly planted aquariums with rock structure and calm flow.

Koi angelfish is one the most popular variety of angelfish.

Black angelfish are captive-bred. Animals are captive-bred to avert extinction. Black angelfish has predominantly black body parts with different black tints.

Black angelfish is a captive-bred type.

Marine angelfish include the Emperor. It is native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, from the Red Sea to Hawaii and the Austral Islands. Emperor angelfish are popular subjects for painters, photographers.

Emperor angelfish is one of the favorites of photographers and artists.

Panda angelfish is one of the most unusual colors. White bodies with black splotches are typical, although specimens vary. Panda angelfish are calm yet territorial, eating other fish in the aquarium if they don't have enough room.

Panda angelfish is a famous variant of angelfish.

Marble angelfish feature white, black, and yellow marble patterning. The fins are long, slender, and sensitive. Marble angelfish enjoy well-planted aquariums with 30 gallons of warm, slightly acidic water.

Marble angelfish has black, white, and yellow patterns.

Silver angelfish (Freshwater angelfish, Common angelfish) feature black vertical stripes that change color with mood. The Amazon basin of South America gave rise to this species.

Silver angelfish has stripes that fade or darken.

Peaceful angelfish are typical. They only fight when pairing off to reproduce or deposit eggs. They may also be hostile when seeking to create aquarium fish hierarchy.

Angelfish are generally peaceful sea-dwellers.

Long-term partnerships and threat protection are typical. After the death or removal of one of the married pairs, some angelfish refuse to marry or pair up, according to some breeders.

Angelfish are monogamous.

Ich, or white spot illness, is a common fish parasite. The parasite may transfer from one fish to another. They reside in the aquarium before eating fish. Congestion, poor food, and environment may cause ich.

Angelfish is susceptible to ich parasite.