The Guppy (Poecilia reticulata), also known as the millionfish, is one of the most popular freshwater aquarium fish species in the world. It belongs to the family Poeciliidae.
Females are 4-6 centimetres long, while males are 2½–3½ centimetres long. Female Guppies have a dull brown color. Male Guppies are slimmer and much more colorful than females.
They are brightly colored to attract female attention.
The Guppy is a very prolific breeder. It is also a great fish for aquarium fish beginners. It is easy to breed, it is small, active and lovely fish.
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