Fish Coloring Pages
Can fish see colors? Yes! fish can identify and differentiate a range of colors from UV to Red.
Inspired by the story picture book by Marcus, the rainbow coloring pages became trending among kids. As its scales were reflecting the colors of the rainbow in a soft and shiny way, the fish in the story gets its name as rainbow fish.
Tropical fish Colors and info:
Tropical fishes are more colorful for a reason, yes to make themself unique, differentiate and identify out from the swarmed color reef environment. Though tropical fish is not a taxonomic term, yet in general words, they are tropical warm temperature freshwater fishes. If you are looking for an aquarium tropical fishes can live anywhere from 3 to 5 years, while goldfish under proper care proved to live up to 15years. Neon tetra fish is a colorful tropical fish with bright red and blue hue.
Seastar or Starfish Colors and Facts:
There are 1000+ Starfish species out there and they don’t belong to the category fish, while they should be called seastar. With no brain and blood, they can live up to 30+years, but they do have eyes to detect shades of light to eat food and protect themself from predators. Also, seastar so-called starfish are not always star-shaped, and also species like sunflower star can grow up to 40arms and there are records of species with 50+arms.
Starfish come in different colors ranging, from blue, white, purple, orange, red, and pink with different patterns across their body and arms.
Koi Fish Colors and info:
With over 80+ species of koi fish, they come in different colors like black, white, orange, red, yellow, and blue. Each color of koi fish means a value for the Japanese and apart from aesthetic appearance koi fish means love, compassion, commitment, and friendship. These beautiful fishes can live anywhere between 25 -30 years while few fishes have shown to live longer than 1100+ years. Even a koi fish named Hanako lived up to 226 years from 1751to 1977 (age was tested with two of her scales) and she was bright red in color.
Largemouth Bass Fish:
Largemouth bass are the common game fish that mostly prefers freshwater rivers, ponds, and lakes with sand or gravel bottom. Regarding color, they have the ability to camouflage and change it color with regards to the environment to get them safe from predators or to make a surprise attract to catch as prey. But, kids mostly love to color the largemouth bass in green with lighter shades for the underbelly.
Where do fish lay eggs: Fishes mostly lay the eggs scattered outside her body. Few species will leave their eggs to float, while few make it stick to gravel, plants, or similar structures to protect them from predators.
Are fishes reptiles or amphibians? No! fishes haves scales and fins and they belong to water and they don’t belong to the term reptiles. While replies can be seen living in water and land and some of them are amphibians who live in both.
Cutest fish: The word cute changes from person to person, so you cant term a clownfish, mandarin fish, or regal angelfish to be the cutest. So the cutest fish depends upon what you like in a fish, eyes, fin, tails, or color patterns of a fish. If you ask me am more attracted to the eyes and colors of a fish and rate it based on that to choose the cutest fish.
Do fishes cry? Watching cartoon fishes cry doesn’t mean fishes can cry. Fishes don’t cry and they don’t produce tears as they live in a water medium.
Do fish sleep? No fish don’t sleep like the way a human does it, instead, they reduce their activity and take rest. Even few fishes are alert and also float at the same places taking cyles of rest, while few hide in mud or nest and take rest.