Roseline Sharks are a beautiful fish species that adds vibrant colors to any aquarium.
They are part of the Cyprinidae family and are primarily found in the western side of India.
Roseline Sharks grow up to 6-8 inches in length, but some may be smaller or bigger.
They can be territorial and aggressive in small aquariums, so they should only be housed with larger, more peaceful species.
They prefer slow-moving waters with plenty of hiding places like rocks, caves, and driftwood.
Roseline Sharks have black stripes along their bodies and can vary in color from reddish brown to orange/yellow.
They feed on live fish, worms, and frozen food but can be trained to accept other prepared foods.
They are egg-layers, and the eggs take almost two weeks to hatch.
Newly hatched Roseline Sharks should be placed in a separate tank with plenty of hiding spaces and a soft substrate.
Juveniles should be fed multiple times daily, but adults can usually survive on one or two meals daily.
They are a schooling species that live in large groups, so they should be kept in aquariums of at least 30 gallons.