Cichlid fish (pronounced “sick-lid”) are a large family of freshwater, bony fish species. While the exact number of species is unknown, it’s thought that well over 1,000 exist in the Cichlidae family today. Of all the species of vertebrates, more than five percent are cichlids. Find out more!
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