Giant danios are fish that are native to India and Sri Lanka. They're freshwater fish that travel in schools and are often kept as aquarium fish. They're peaceable fish that are easy to care for, though they shouldn't be kept with fish small enough for them to eat.
The giant danio can grow to 4 inches long and has an elongated, deep and compressed body that's often a pale, gleaming gold with a blue stripe down the side. The fish eats both dry and live food. It thrives in water that's medium-soft to medium-hard and in temperatures between 72 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.