So, as I watch my Clown Loaches, and Black Ghost Knife in my aquarium. I can't help but wonder what everyone else's favorite fish to watch is. It's a tough one between these two for me. Both are full of great personality and life.
I actually have some BoesemanI Rainbows, they are mean little guys! LolIt’d probably be my bosamanis for me, they’re always doing something.
True, they do spend lots of time just chilling. When they are active though, they are great to watch.Clown Loaches when they are feeding and interacting, but they spend lots of time chilling out.
Red-tailed Black Shark is on the move more and the movements are graceful.
My EBA's are just like your Rainbows. My couch is relatively close to the tank, and if I'm on it. They are swarmed on that side of the tank.I three different types of Rainbow fish in my tank. They're all good community fish.
I sit on the left side of the tank in the living room, and they've all decided that side is
where they'll 'hang out'. They occasionally swim around, but keeping an eye on me
(the 'food guy') is seemingly important. They never bother the Serpae or Black fin Tetras,
but do investigate their goings on.
I'd have to say the most interesting fish I've ever had would be Lake Victoria Haps.
My tank had Thick Lips, Flamebacks and Kenya Golds in a 55g. There was always
something going on in that tank. Like an underwater soap opera. Great viewing tank.
I wouldn’t say they have personality, but they’re fun to watch, because they’re active grazers. My clown is amusing when she’s out and about and feeding too.I've heard about Oto's being full of personality.
Corys are fun to watch when they are active for sure. Before I got my Clown Loaches and BGK, they were my favoriteIt may be strange but my fave to watch are corydoras, I just enjoy watching them playing in the sand and exploring. Also shrimp too, Its really cool to watch them swim around to graze, when they eat it looks more like a dance to me.