The Tiger Barb (Puntius tetrazona) is a small freshwater fish species native to Southeast Asia. Known for their striking black and orange stripes, they are highly active and social fish that prefer to live in groups of six or more. Tiger Barbs are omnivorous and can be fed a varied diet of high-quality pellets, frozen or live foods, and vegetables. They are relatively easy to care for and are often kept in community aquariums. Tiger Barbs are also known for their playful and sometimes fin-nipping behavior, which makes them a popular choice for experienced aquarists looking for a more active and dynamic community aquarium.