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Botia striata

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The zebra loach, Botia striata, is a small freshwater fish native to Southern India. The maximum size is about 3 in (7.8 cm). It lives in tropical climate with temperature range of 23 – 26 °C, and prefers water with 6.0 to 8.0 pH, 5.0 to 12 dGH.

This species is shy, and will spend much of its time hiding away. Also rarely, during times of stress it has been seen to attack smaller fish such as tetras.

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