Pseudepiplatys annulatus (Clown Killifish) - even smaller than the Badis(!), these guys are a favorite because they look like little rocketships when they're moving. The blue and red on their tails is iridescent and really striking in real life.
endangeredanimalblog: The COELACANTH is referred to as a living fossil because it is the only remaining species of a group of fish species that died out millions of years ago. It is found in the deep coastal waters of eastern Africa, where rocky shores are battered by strong oceanic currents. A large fish, growing to a length of about 6 feet, and it moves along the rocky slopes with the help of fleshy pectoral fins. Populations are thought to be critically low.
Callochromis pleurospilus originate from the shallows and shorelines of Lake Tanganyika, where they forge a living within the sediment rich coast areas of the lake where the plant vegetation meets the lake. Male Callochromis Cichlids spend their time patrolling and protecting a small territory, where they will aggressively chase off other males and similar sized other species. Female Callochromis Cichlids stay in a small group that will live with a single male in the males territory.