The French Angel fish also named as Pomacanthus Paru is most commonly referred as the French Angel in everyday speech. The beautiful appealing appearance of this fish makes it a great selection for an aquarium. The head of a French angel is generally bluish in color that is separated by a black band from the body pattern. The body of a French Angel fish is black in color with a number of bold yellow bands repeated at regular intervals all over the body. French Angelfish are one of the more peaceful species in nature and hence can easily be housed with other peaceful fish in your tank. They have a maximum size of 15 inches and their intolerable nature of their own kind, we recommend you to keep only one of them in an aquarium in a large tank of minimum 180 gallon with large amount of live rocks for hiding and grazing. French Angelfish is not a good reef compatible candidate as they like to nip at soft corals, clam mantles and stony corals, and anything that may look like substrates such as seahorses, frogfish, or scorpionfish. They should be fed an omnivorous diet, these French Angelfish feed on polyps, sponges, algae and corals in the wild along with meaty foods like mysis shrimp or krill. French Angelfish is an egg-laying species that scatters eggs. Beautify the view of your aquarium adding this impressive French Angelfish. This hardy species requires a moderate care level and a water condition of 72-78 degree Fahrenheit with a maintained pH between 8.1-8.4.