The Bloodfin Tetra (scientifically known as Aphyocharax Anisitsi) is a species of fish from the Characin family. The Bloodfin originates from the freshwater Paraná River basin in South America. The Bloodfin is a relatively larger species of Tetra and has several interesting characteristics that help to distinguish it from the other species within the Characin family. Firstly, as the name suggests, the Bloodfin Tetra has a bright blood red coloration of its tail, dorsal, adipose and anal fin. This bright red color is in stark contrast to the silvery color that covers the remainder of the Bloodfin's body. In a home aquarium, Bloodfins are omnivores and will consume everything from small insects, fish and worms to regular plant food. Due to their interest appearance and hardy nature they have become very popular house hold pets in recent years.
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