Walking Batfish

Walking Batfish are some of the most unusual looking fish. They’re similar to other ambush predators like anglers. They don’t swim well, but are laterally compressed and spend most of their time using their thick pectoral fins to “walk” slowly...

Lookdown

Lookdowns are a large fish that needs plenty of swimming room and relatively peaceful tankmates, as long as they can’t eat them. They do well in groups but single specimens can be kept. They usually don’t eat right away and depending on the size of the...

Golden Traveally (Pilot Fish)

A very hardy fish which gets fairly large. It is an aggressive feeder, and will consistently swim back and forth in the tank; therfore, it needs a large tank. You can keep them in groups, as they will actually school together in the tank.…

Pork Fish

Pork Fish are very similar to Pilot fish in that they get large, very active, and are aggressive feeders. They also like to school together and do well in groups. Because of their size and the need to swim they do better in FO with a lot of open room and other...

Teira Batfish

Batfish aren’t reef safe as they will eat just about anything in the tank that they can get, which includes invertebrates and coral polyps. The small juveniles with the long fins that you see in stores turn into very large fish, reaching sizes of 2 feet or more,...
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