The freshwater angelfish are freshwater members of the cichlid family, and they come from South America. The angelfish is a well-liked tropical fish because of its special shape and their intriguing personalities. Freshwater angelfish are ruthless eaters and will go to the top of the tank when they see you come closer. Given that of their intense feeding practices, be sure that your less hostile fish are getting their chunk around feeding time.
This species may reach a total length up to 6 inches and may expand up to 8 inches tall. Like almost all cichlids, they present a laterally squeezed body structure that means that they are relatively thin. These fish come in a wide range of colors and patterns varying from solid silver to shaded stripes or black-and-silver marble. As a type, freshwater angelfish are usually pretty peaceful but they may not get along with other too small fish. These fish live ten years easily or even longer and they prefer to be placed in aquariums with many of their own kinds.