The range of cichlids in America is relatively large. It begins in Texas and extends to the north of Argentina. North America and Central America have about 100 species of fish and South America 500. The diversity of these fish is considerable!
Sometimes some are endemic and are confined to living in a very small stream, while others are spread over several countries.
In general they are good parents who can protect their young for several weeks in the wild. Some live in couples all their lives, others are eternal bachelors looking for pregnant females, while others live in groups and isolate themselves only to reproduce …
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