Animal Stories - Blackbanded Sunfish


Animal-World Information about: Blackbanded Sunfish

The Blackbanded Sunfish is an attractive fish, native to the United States, that can be kept in an unheated aquarium!
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Adam Snyder - 2011-02-17
What are their adaptations?

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Robert - 2008-09-29
Where can I get some black banded sunfish ?

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  • Anonymous - 2010-02-27
    aquabid.com occasionally
  • brian - 2010-09-28
    I bought mine online from zimmerman's fish. It's already my favorite fish. I think the lady who collected them from the wild in nj probably broke the law.
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Christina Ritz - 2008-08-23
I recently took my seven year old daughter out to a lake for a nature swim and relaxation. She brought along her little net and a beach bucket. She caught about fifteen of the baby black banded sunfish. They were so cute, they resembled angel fish. I put them in my 70 gallon fishtank. So far they have been thriving. I feed them freeze driend krill. We love these little fish. So far they are about the size of a nickel. I live in New Jersey and realize the best things in nature are right here. My daughter loves all creatures and she really loves taking care of these swimming little jems.

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  • AnNa SmItH - 2010-02-21
    Oh don't worry, I'm sure you will love them. I have one and it is beautiful! :-> HaVe a GrEaT dAy!
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