Where do fish tropical come from? Tropical fish come from the tropics. The tropics are the geographic area of the Earth centered on the Equator and limited by the Tropic of Cancer in the northern hemisphere. Tropical plants and animals are those species native to the tropics. The word tropical is also used in a general sense to refer to a tropical climate, which is a climate which varies from warm to hot with being moist all year long, often with the sense of lush vegetation. Tropical ecosystems may consist of rainforests, dry deciduous forests, spiny forests, deserts, and other habitant types. Tropical climates are where tropical fish are located.
Again, tropical fish resemble beautiful little rainbows. Tropical fish include fish found in tropical environment such as Florida, Hawaii, and the Caribbean. Tropical fish can be found in tropical environments all around the world. There are both freshwater and saltwater species of fish tropical. It is believed that angel fish are tropical fish. Fish keepers often use the term tropical fish to refer only to those fishes that required fresh water to live in. Saltwater tropical fish are often referred to as marine fish. Tropical fish are very popular aquarium fish because of their often bright coloration. In fresh water tropical fish this coloration typically derives from iridescence and salt water tropical usually get their rainbow coloring from pigmentation. Tropical fish bought and kept for home aquariums include the following fish tropical species such as wild caught specimens, hybrids of more than one species, and single species individuals born in captivity. The latter category of tropical fish included lines of tropical fish that are selectively bred for special physical features such as long fins and particular colorations such as albino. Recreational scuba divers are often enthusiasts of tropical fish too. Some people keep lists of tropical fish species that they have observed while diving especially in tropical marine environments.