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Fish in Stock Currently

This section is fish we have in stock now ready for shipping, we would only ship from Monday to Thursday weekly and with Live Fish Shipping method chosen.

We do not ship on Fridays, weekends or public holidays. 

Delivery time of 1 week is normal, unless collection is arrange at agreed upon time.

We will try update this weekly however stocks are not garanteed and may be limited due to imports and popularity.

Please consult our fish list for any fish on a pre order basis that we do not carry in stokc however may be able to make available to you from our weekly imports. 

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Albino Widow Tetra

د.إ.‏ 4.69


د.إ.‏ 60.27


د.إ.‏ 13.08

Assorted Mix Guppy

Images for illustration only
This is a random mix of guppy, anything goes for colour.
Local Bred Guppy not imported.
د.إ.‏ 4.69

Betta Male Double Tail Green

Images are for illustration purposes only and not of the actual fish that may be sold.
Colour and size variation is to be expected due to the nature of the fish.
Fish are shipped same day or over night express at a flat fee of R200 for courier and packaging.
Collection is available in store, select this option on check out.
د.إ.‏ 26.19

Black Emperor Tetra

د.إ.‏ 6.00

Black Widow Tetra

د.إ.‏ 4.69

Blue Mickey Platy

د.إ.‏ 4.17

Blue Neon Guppy

د.إ.‏ 6.53

Emperor Tetra

د.إ.‏ 6.00

Ghost X-ray Tetra (Pristella maxillaris)

X-ray Tetra (Pristella maxillaris) is a very good fish for larger scale community fish tanks. They are fast, elegant and will always attract attention with its transparent body.
د.إ.‏ 4.69

Gold Victory Platy

د.إ.‏ 4.17


Minimum Tank Size: 50 L
Care Level: Moderate
Water Conditions: 7.0-8.0 and Moderately Hard to Very Hard
Temperature: 21–27 °C (71.5–80.5 °F)
Maximum Size: 6 inches (15cm)
د.إ.‏ 3.91

Half Black Guppy

د.إ.‏ 6.53

Koi Guppy

د.إ.‏ 9.15


د.إ.‏ 12.82

Lemon Tetra

د.إ.‏ 4.69

Micariff Guppy

د.إ.‏ 6.53


These fish are omnivorous, however, they are highly herbivorous only eating proteins every once in a while. In the wild they feed mainly on algae and sometimes on rotifers and small crustaceans. In captivity they can be fed with vegetable-based dried foods, blanched spinach or cucumber and every once in a while some brine shrimp or bloodworms.
د.إ.‏ 5.22