Start with goldfish that have lengthy bodies, like the comet, sarasa, and shubunkin. Fancy goldfish are for people who have kept fish before.
Bettas can't just live in a bowl. They will be happier and survive longer if they have a 5-gallon tank, a filter, and a heater.
Neon tetras are beautiful fish that do well in freshwater aquariums. They are little, easy to get along with, and have a small effect on the water quality.
Fish that give birth to live young, like molly and platy, can reproduce swiftly because females can have more than one batch of kids after mating.
Zebrafish are easy to take care of and are great for people who are just starting out. They do well in cooler water, and you can tell them apart by their stripes.
Harlequin rasboras are easy to take care of and don't bother other fish in group tanks. Their bodies are pinkish-beige, and they have orange fins
The Corydoras family is a great fish for beginners. Corys like the panda, bronze, and albino are easy to care for.
Cherry barbs are peaceful fish that live in groups. The males are bright red. Keep in groups of six or more and house in aquariums with tiny fish.
Guppies are great for starting off in a freshwater aquarium. They are easy to take care of, have good offspring, and come in many colors.
The graceful white cloud minnow is a tranquil community fish that needs 5 or more of its own kind. It is 1.5 inches long, silvery with red and pink colors