The yellowtail is the world’s smallest freshwater fish and has a lifespan of up to three years.
The only thing it has in common with the common carp is its color.
But the colour has been a hit with people around the world and its popularity is growing.
In the past few years, yellowtail have been seen in the wild in some of the world the most popular aquariums, including a popular attraction in the US, where they can be seen as the stars of the show.
Yellowtail have a lifespan in the region of two years, making them popular for aquarists.
The fish is found in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans and is a staple of fish markets in Asia and Australia.
However, the yellowtail may not have the best reputation around the globe, with some people calling them a nuisance, a pest and even worse than a shark.
But what makes the fish so special?
Why is the yellowfin a rare sight?
It is the smallest freshwater species of fish in the world.
It is also one of the fastest growing species in the aquarium industry.
This has led to a boom in yellowfin aquarisers.
Yellowfin fish can live for years, but the fish’s life cycle is only about three to four years.
They usually die within three to six years.
It also has a short life span compared to the carp, with most fish in captivity lasting only four to five years.
Yellowtails have long tentacles that are often tipped with a yellowish, scaly fin.
They can reach up to 1.8 metres long.
The fins are also covered in scales, which is the most noticeable difference between the two fish.
Yellow tails have an excellent tolerance to light, but they also require more oxygen.
They live in warm, moist waters and can survive for several months without water changes.
The yellowfin has been seen on more than 50 aquariums around the World, including in the United States, Australia and New Zealand.
Yellow tail fish are highly sensitive to heat.
They have an exceptionally low temperature tolerance, and this has led many aquarist to treat the fish in cold water.
This also makes them easier to keep.
However some people say the fish should be kept in cool temperatures.
Yellowhead also has very low calcium levels, making it unsuitable for many people.
However the fish is one of those that can survive and thrive in warm water, thanks to its ability to regulate its body temperature.
The colour also means the fish can look beautiful, which many aquarist consider an advantage.
Yellowheads are also the best fish to keep in captivity because of their ability to live for so long.
They are also easy to keep, because they are very gentle and don’t have an appetite.
This makes them ideal for keeping small groups.
Many people also claim the fish are healthier than carp.
But some fish aquariers claim the yellowtails’ size is not such a big issue.
However there are still some fish that have been accused of being too big, and the aquarium trade is full of them.
Some aquarishers argue the fish have been over-emphasised, and that the trade is now dominated by large fish.
But it is important to remember that fish can be used for entertainment and also to help keep the aquarium cleaner.