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The Giant Danio (Devario aequipinnatus) is a tropical fish belonging to the minnow family (Cyprinidae). Originating in Sri Lanka, Nepal, and the West coast of India, it grows to a maximum length of 6 inches (15 cm), making it one of the largest of the danionins. They are characterized by a blue and yellow torpedo shaped body with gray and clear fins.

In captivity the Giant Danio will usually accept most foods. It is a peaceful fish that gets along well with other fish in community tanks. It is often used to “start” aquariums, although it is not as popular as the smaller, and very hardy, Zebra danio[citation needed]. The giant danio appreciates water movement to simulate the motion of the rivers and fast-moving streams that it comes from. It is a schooling fish when kept in larger numbers.

An egg-scatterer, danios produce around 300 eggs in a single spawning. They spawn in clumps of plants.

Often seen is a so called “Golden Giant Danio” which is in reality a semi albino fish.

Devario affinis, Devario browni, Devario malabaricus, and Devario strigillifer were originally deemed a synonym but are now valid species.

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