Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Celestial Pearl Danio a Schooling Fish?

Not to be confused with shoaling, Celestial Pearl Danios are indeed schooling fish. This means they prefer swimming in a tightly-knit, coordinated group, providing them with a sense of security and social interaction. Their attractive swimming style and coordinated displays in schools form a multisensory spectacle worth the watch!

Contrarily, shoaling refers to fishes forming loose aggregations, wherein they swim independently within a group. Celestial Pearl Danios, however, seek the company of their own kind, which is why it’s recommended you keep a good-sized school of these burstingly colorful creatures for their overall well-being.

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