The Cuban Hogfish is from the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. The Cuban Hogfish is marked with bright yellow and red colors, with black tips on its fins. Cuban Hogfish are carnivores, and should be fed a diet of snails, worms, mussels, smaller fish, shrimp and squid. Cuban Hogfish can be a bit aggressive when it comes to feeding time, but are generally well behaved other than that. Cuban Hogfish grow to around 8 inches at full maturity and should be kept in an aquarium of at least 100 gallons.
Size: Grows to up to 8 inches in length
Feeding: Carnivore, should be fed a steady diet of snails, worms, mussels, small fish, shrimp and squid
Aquarium: Saltwater aquarium, can be kept in a reef aquarium but use caution
Minimum Tank Size: 100 Gallons
Behavior: Can be Semi Aggressive at feeding times
Compatibility: Can be kept with other fish of the same temperament, of larger size