Golden arowana fish

There are many Arowana Variety in the world. Popular Varietys are silver , Black , Malayan , red and Asian Arowana. But most popular and high costly arowana fish Variety is Golden arowana Fish. Scleropages Family Golden arowanas scientific name is Scleropages formosus. this Beautiful fish Swimming style is so calm and quit therefore watching their swimming is good for your mind.

The Fish With the Micro Chip Golden Arowana

The Golden Arowana , threatened with extinction in the wild is protected world wide by the CITES convention. All wild caught Fish species that comes under the CITES convention are not allows to be exported or to be imported. The Government of the Golden Arowana native lands have given special approval for the captive breeding of these heavily sort after fish. These captive breed fish are allows to be exported or imported under the special certificate. In order to distinguished captive breed ones , all captive breed specimens are marked with a special micro chip with a serial number which is inserted in to the fish when young. The fish will carry this number which is detectable from a special scanning device , till the end of its Life.

Golden arowana Fish

This is the most expensive and most colorful Arowana variety in the world.Mostly they originated from Malaysia and other Asian countries. That one is the most expensive color form for the Asian Arowana group. There are many varieties in the Malaysian Golden Arowana, they divide two group using their metallic based color and level of goldenness. Fully golden or all round golden Name as a cross back , half golden name as a high back and golden value between the cross back and the high back is name as super high back among the arowana breeders.

South Asia region that fish Grow around 75 cm length. Also they require large tank to live. 250 gallon to upper fish tank better for their home. Never choose small fish as a their tank mate because of their carnivorous fish species. They also eat small fish , insects and every live element fit to their mouth. Take care before choose their tank mate. Oscar or other same nature large fish good for their thank mate.Subscribe our YouTube Channel and watch more fish videos.

Guppy fish care

The guppy, also typically identified as Rainbowfish due to the multiple rainbow-like colors they appear. They are also called the Million Fish. The Guppy is the most widespread and widely sold tropical fish. Most aquarium owners like having the guppy because it is one of the well liked fresh water aquarium species. It is live carrying, meaning that that the guppy hold and maintain its eggs inside of its body and at the time of birth, the guppy gives birth to free swimming and live young.

Guppy fish care is practically trouble-free and affordable, but they can get health problems just like any other fish. Within the correct conditions, Guppy Fish will breed around 3 months old, and live about 3 years.

Tank Size
Guppies need a neighborhood of at least ten or more inhabitants, so a good size tank is necessary. Do not put them in an aquarium less than 5 gallons, and if possible not under a 10 gallon tank. I recommend a 20 gallon tank with plenty of “safe” friends. However, if you decide to have only one fish, a 5 gallon fish tank should be fine.

Many fish and plants can endure a special level of temperature. Persistence is also an extra factor that should be considered when breeding fish in tanks. Unexpected and major alterations in water temperature can cause health challenges in fish. For guppies, the perfect temperature sits between 50°F – 85 °F (10-30 °C).

Guppy Fish Breeding
Guppies breed very often! They can out-breed a tank very fast! If you see a male putting on his fins and curling around the female, they are expressing their courtship. Once the female is fertilized, it will take about 28 to 30 days to give birth. Her belly grows quickly until she appears like a box, not a fish, yes that is true! She will go to the lower part of the tank to rest on plants and such, and lose her appetite and stop eating.

As a basis for their diet program, you can give your guppies the classic fish flakes. Combined with the flakes consider adding other things such as live or freeze-dried foods. Watch out for the tropical flake food in the aisles which is made for tropical fish like guppies, these are no good. Go for either Omega One Super Color or Tetra Color Tropical Flakes. Providing the suitable amount of food is important since overfeeding can harm your fish. Guppies have stomachs that are just the size of their eyes! Overfeeding these magnificent fish can block their intestines and cause other health issues.

Did you know, if you float your hand around a tank with guppies in it, they will pursue your hand, wishing food?