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Molly Fishes

Most species of molly fish have chunky, thick-set bodies; rounded fins; tall, angular dorsal fins; and pointed heads and mouths. Their upturned mouths are designed to help them to skim the upper layer of the water, which is rich in oxygen. Their tails are convex.

Tank mates:

  • Guppies.
  • Platies.
  • Endlers.
  • Swordtails.
  • Zebra Danios.
  • Tetras.
  • Angelfish.
  • Dwarf Gouramis.
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