Avg. Max Size
Minimum Tank Size
The Tiger Barb is a semi-aggressive species of fish that should be kept in an aquarium of 30 gallons or more. To ensure the fish can develop territories and avoid other aggressive tank mates, it is essential to provide adequate hiding places in the aquarium. Additionally, the water parameters must be maintained and monitored regularly to ensure the tank is suitable for the Tiger Barbs. Furthermore, regular partial water changes must be implemented to maintain water quality in the tank.
I strongly recommend that you include a diverse range of high-quality meaty foods, herbivore preparations, and flaked foods into your diet. This will not only provide your pet with essential nutrients, but will ensure a balanced and healthy diet. Additionally, these types of food provide a great source of enrichment and mental stimulation for your pet. Furthermore, you should ensure that the food you provide your pet is specific to their species and age, as different species and life stages have different nutritional needs.
The approximate purchase size for the small, medium, and large sizes are 3/4″, 1-1/4″, and 2″, respectively.