Fish species in the Aquarium
Over 20 species of fish, from local fish to breathtaking river monsters.
Majestic sturgeons that float elegantly through the water, curious redfin catfish that like to greet the guests in a friendly manner, colorful koi that also bring colorful splashes of color into a rainy day and zealous rays devoted to cleaning the pool. All of them and many other species can be found in our underwater world.
Gradually we will provide you with a lexicon of the different aquarium inhabitants here.
The Arapaima is one of the largest freshwater fish on earth.
The Arowana is not only immediately eye-catching due to its exceptional exterior.
The tarpon is a genus of real bonefish, which live with two species worldwide in all warm oceans.
Black pacus are the world's largest tetras. They are considered very calm but very strong fish.
Frog Catfish are generally considered aggressive predatory catfish, but if kept properly, they are quite compatible aquarium inhabitants.
The grass carp is often called the White Amur.
Not only a great eye-catcher in the home pond, the Koi enrich the aquarium with their unforgettable colors.
Malawi Cichlid (blue)
A description as a representative for various beautiful varieties of cichlids in our aquarium.
Another of around 1500 species of carp fish.
The paddlefish is a nocturnal species that mostly stays on the bottom of the water in deep, colder water.
The pangasius is a diurnal fish that lives in groups.
Peacock Eye Stingray
An equally fascinating and beautiful kind of rays.
The pennant carp are our peaceful helpers against algae.
The redfin antenna catfish is up to 135 cm long and can weigh up to 50 kg.
Russian Sturgeon Waxdick
One of several types of sturgeon in our aquarium.
One of around 1500 species of carp fish.
Sturgeons have lived on earth for 250 million years. Find out more about these fascinating survivors here.
White Sturgeon (Transmontanus)
The imposing giants up to 6 meters tall.
You could watch these striking residents with their numerous young animals for hours.