Panda Garras (Garra Flavatra) are endemic to the Rakhine mountain range in Western Myanmar. They’re usually found in the quick-moving streams and rivers on the western slopes. Panda Garras only grow to be around 3 inches, and their bodies are generally just a simple brown or black color. Despite their similar appearance, Panda Garras are not catfish or loach – they’re a member of the cyprinid family, the same as carps and minnows.