Animal Stories - Leopard Danio


Animal-World Information about: Leopard Danio

The Leopard Danio is a great starter fish and a delightful addition to any community aquarium!
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Jason Remigio III - 2009-01-27
I have kept Longfin Leopard Danios in sets of 5 for 3 years. They are very good to start with. I don't know why they would go to the bottom of the aquarium under the gravel along with its other buddies. They have been disappearing one at a time after 2 and half years already.

Jason

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  • Anonymous - 2017-02-08
    when a danio fights and pushes through gravel to go under it is frightened or worst it is harassed
    in its tank monitor the fish that burrowed in the tank to see whats bothering them
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S. A. - 2009-08-16
I started with just two longfin leopard danios and luckily got a male and female. When the females belly looked as if she was pregnant I moved both to a 3 gallon tank for about 3-4 days and when she went back to normal size I then moved them both back to the 50 gallon with my other tropicals. I now have about 80-90 babies. Almost microscopic at first, and about the size of a newborn guppy now after almost 2 months. Love these fish, a lot of fun to watch play.

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  • paige - 2012-02-14
    I have 4 leopard danio and one of them has just died so now I have 3 but I would like to breed them but I don't know if I have too many or unless they fight a lot and that's why one of them died, I think. Help me
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Scotty - 2006-10-01
I have been keeping a Longfin Leopard Danios for a while and they do really good with Lyretail Mollys.

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