Cory Catfish Animal Pictures

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Bronze Cory in an aquarium

Bronze Cory in an aquarium
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Like many catfish, Bronze Cory females are larger than the males.

A trio of Julii Cory feeding on the bottom of an aquairum

A trio of Julii Cory feeding on the bottom of an aquairum
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Julii Cory have leopard-like spots.

An albino Cory Catfish on the bottom of an aquarium

An albino Cory Catfish on the bottom of an aquarium
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All Cory Catfish should be provided with smooth sand or gravel for their substrate so they don't damage their delicate barbels.

Pepper Cory resting on a rock

Pepper Cory resting on a rock
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All Cory Catfish, including the Pepper variety, prefer to be kept in small schools, not alone.

A Pygmy Cory on the bottom of an aquarium

A Pygmy Cory on the bottom of an aquarium
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As their name suggests, Pygmy Cory are the smallest Cory Catfish, measuring only 1-inch long.