The Pygmy Corydoras Catfish is a small freshwater fish native to South America. They are known for their peaceful nature and are often kept as pets in aquariums. They grow to be about an inch in length and are easy to care for. They are bottom feeders and enjoy a diet of small live or frozen foods, as well as sinking pellets. They are best kept in groups of 6 or more and prefer a well-planted tank with plenty of hiding spots.