What Is The Name Of These Fish? Help 

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NoQontrol

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Hello,

I have some fish that i need to see if i can make some information about.
But the owners of them,don't know what they are called. And
So hope you guys can help me what these are called?

Thanks in advance.
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Sorry about the slightly blurry s hoping you can still see them.
 

Crispii

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Those are actual koi fish.
 

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yes, they are koi. Adult size is 3 feet long. Really should be in a pond, not a tank.
 

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I see a severum in there, unless it's a reflection? 1st pic at the bottom.

What size is this tank? It looks pretty huge! Might be a good size for the severum or two....
 

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angelcraze said:
I see a severum in there, unless it's a reflection? 1st pic at the bottom.

What size is this tank? It looks pretty huge! Might be a good size for the severum or two....
That looks more like a uaru than a severum.
 

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Nikki2577 said:
That looks more like a uaru than a severum.
It's not Uaru.
 

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Crispii said:
It's not Uaru.
Ok I don’t think it’s a severum either.
 

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It's a type of Port Cichlid, one of the Cichlasoma species.
 

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Oh wow. Yup. Defiantly koi.... ahh so pretty!
Much too big for a tank though, they need quite a large pond in order to survive and thrive.
 
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Thanx for the fast response you all.
I don't now the size of the tanks, because is not my fish. But I will pass the info to them, that they should consider placing them in a pond. Because they can get really big.
 
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