Corydoras Venezuela, also known as the Venezuelan catfish, is a species of freshwater fish belonging to the Corydoradinae family. They are commonly found in the streams and rivers of Venezuela and Colombia. These small, peaceful fish are popular in the aquarium trade due to their interesting appearance and behavior. They have a dark brown or black body with lighter spots and a distinctive, flattened head with two barbels. They are bottom-dwellers and prefer a planted aquarium with plenty of hiding spots. Corydoras Venezuela are known to be social fish and should be kept in groups of at least six individuals. They are omnivorous and can be fed a diet of flake or pellet food, as well as frozen or live foods like bloodworms and brine shrimp.