Red Tailed Black SharkEdit
The Red Tailed Black Shark (Epalzeorhynchos Bicolor), also know as the Red Tailed Shark, is a species of freshwater fish in the carp family. It is currently critically endangered in the wild, but is common is aquaria where it is prized because of its deep black body and bright orange or red tails. Red Tailed Black Sharks can grow to be 6 inches long and can live to 8 years, although there are some rare cases where they can live to be over 10 years old.
Red Tailed Black Sharks have deep black bodies with a bright red or orange tails.