Fun Facts About Guppies!!!

  • Guppies can live up to 5 years old, but it is most common for them to live from 1-3 years old. Not neccesarly from  when they are born, but the time from when you buy them
  • No two guppies are exactly alike
  • There scientific name is   Poecilia reticulata
  • They are Omnivores
  • Guppies got there name from a person named Girardinus Guppyi
  • One of the best medicine for your guppies is 1 teaspoon of salt per gallon
  • A new speices of guppy is made every day (meaning colors and patterns)
  • Guppies are the easiest fish to bread!
  • Guppies can be used as feeder fish =(

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54 thoughts on “Fun Facts About Guppies!!!

  1. this is very good, here is something to add to your facts… Guppies are the only fish to have real live birth!!! isn’t that amazing!!! 🙂

      1. there’s like three other fish that have live birth I find it easier than dealing with the eggs because I am a guppy breeder.

  2. i breed guppys!! and another fact is that they can hold there babbies in if moved dering birth. ilove guppys!

    1. I am a guppy breeder to I think it is cool that you can see there eyes in the mothers stomach we also sell them

  3. i have 20 guppies… i got a from my teacher who has at least 50 in her 10 gallon tank… i have lots of plants and 2 silver hatchet fish. i also have 1 green cory catfish. ( all in a 20g tank) i have another tank but it has mosquito fish a dragon fish and a female betta. ive also got an extra 10g tank

    1. if you see the black or brown spot under there tail the bigger and darker it gests the sooner they will give birth to live fry!

  4. hi i was hoping you could help me with my blog and some info on guppies and other tropical fish and if you know info on saltwater fish to that would be great if you posted some info on any fish you know and we could link our blogs together sometime and hoping you could tell me a bit about yourself on my blog thanks ……… =:)-(-( 🙂

  5. if you get this excited over Guppies, you should check out the parenting methods of african cichlids, and centeral american cichlids. check youtube

  6. hey everyone just wondering if you can put a guppy with a SMALL koi fish.the koi is probably about 2 inches long…what does the audience {you guys reading my commet}think?please answer!!!aloha guys!thanks

  7. oh yeah good job on this blog.copied it for info on guppies…ILL SHOW THEM IM WORTHY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!oh yeah and the song firework im hearing right know helps alot.Who loves katy perry!!!!???!!!

  8. by the way when i say copying this aint for a book report…..okee?and go to youtube and search up {short stories} if you havent yet..i know this isnt related..but good to know…right?

  9. it would be nice everyone if somebody could answer me.:( please?those sweeeeeet people out there*stare*thanks to whoever answers my question….sooner or later:( grrr 😡 whatever thanks again for the info on guppies…:D

  10. i agree that it needs more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. WHA?HI GUYS!!im Kitty Kat just im using ANOTHER computer lol.this was like a year ago?LOL not many people visit this website every year. -.-

  11. I have 2 guppies in my tank just that look like they have 2 tails. But when you look closer the tail is normal just the outsides are blue and red and inbetween kind of see through. Looks Great!

  12. What I like most about guppies is the fact that you don’t need a huge fish aquarium like other cichlid fish and such. You can sort of just ride the “small tank” setup for a long time and not have to invest so much time and money.

  13. guppies are awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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