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Dwarf Hamster

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Traits & behavior

Nocturnal
They like to run and play at night and sleep during the day, so be prepared for them to be active and noisy after dark.

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Chinchilla

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Tetra

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Carnivores
Instead of plants, these fish eat aquatic crustaceans, worms and aquatic insect larvae.

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Shark

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Traits & behavior

Omnivores
This means they eat both plant and animal matter, including prepared foods, small live foods and certain vegetables.

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Rosy Red Minnows

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A different type of fish

Dual-purpose
Rosy reds are mostly used for feeding large, carnivorous (meat-eating) fish. However, they can be kept in an aquarium with other cool water fish such as comet goldfish.

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Loaches

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Traits & behavior

Omnivores
This means they will eat both plants and tiny, living creatures.

Communal
These fish do best when they are kept in small groups containing 3-6 loaches.

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Live Bearers

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Traits & behavior

Omnivores
This means they eat both plant and animal matter, including prepared foods, small live foods and certain vegetables.

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Koi

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Traits & behavior

Omnivores
Koi eat both plant and animal matter, including prepared, live, frozen or freeze-dried foods and certain vegetables.

Hardy
With proper care, your koi could live to be 50 years old or more.

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Knife Fish

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Traits & behavior

Carnivores
Instead of plants, these fish eat aquatic crustaceans, worms and aquatic insect larvae.

Nocturnal
You will find that your knifefish is most active at night.

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Hermit Crab

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Traits & behavior

Omnivores
Land hermit crabs eat both animal and plant matter.

Non-aggressive
These docile pets will allow themselves to be handled. They will not pinch unless they feel threatened. Hermit crabs are social and can be kept in groups.

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