Fancy a dash of red, do you? The Dwarf Rasbora is certainly your kind of fish. Their males are a very strong shade of red. At ¾ of an inch, they are very small and one would not want to create a scary environment for them by having them share a tank with much bigger fish! Learn more information about Dwarf Rasbora through these fascinating fish facts.


These tropical fish are so small that scientists were once fooled into thinking that they were the young of the Clown Rasbora. They later on realized that Dwarf Rasbora is a distinct species.


Scientists also once thought that the Dwarf Rasbora were the tenth smallest known vertebrate, something they now know is not true.

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