Increase comfort of suburban life leads to a fundamental change in the basic concept of the suburban area. If earlier the area was considered to be well-groomed and the most exploited, if it could detect a slender rows of potatoes and tomatoes, today it is not enough. In the framework of the present development of innovative technologies and popularization of comfortable suburban life, becomes relevant to the construction of artificial ponds that perform not only a decorative function, but also intended for fish farming, which is considered one of the most exciting activities among the owners of country territory. How to benefit from the construction of an artificial pond and the joys of fish farming, as well as how to make a pond to fish in its suburban area – can be found in this material.
The main purpose of an artificial pond: the aquaculture and fee fishing
No matter what purpose you will have a artificial pond, its creation requires some practical training and theoretical knowledge. Continue reading
Piranhas have long been known for their predatory and aggressive nature, which has been covered not only in educational programs about animals, but also art films. Such ruthless behavior piranhas greatly exaggerated bloody scenes in the movies, but nonetheless, piranha – carnivorous fish. Piranha means “tooth – fish”, you can guess what the name of this fish was due to its razor-sharp teeth. Today, fans of exotic aquarium fish often acquire piranhas in their aquariums.
In natural conditions, predatory fish piranha live in river waters of South America and Africa. Fish of this family are rather large and reach 30 cm as aquarium fish are the species, the size of which does not exceed 10 refer To these species include: slender piranha, red bellied piranha, piranha flag, dwarf piranha, etc. the Most popular one, among fans of exotic fish became red bellied piranha, due to its bright appearance. Continue reading
Kalamat – fish-snake
Kalamat Calabar (Calamoichthys calabaricus), or the fish-snake . – being remarkable. This fish originally from Africa (Nigeria, Cameroon) belongs to the family mnogomernyh and is one of the oldest extant fish species.
The body of Kalamita indeed reminds a serpent – strongly elongated and covered with rhomboid scales. Flattened triangular head with a large mouth equipped with teeth, completes the resemblance. Closer to the tail are from 5 to 18 dorsal spines. Pelvic fins are absent or shifted in the posterior half of the body, thus reinforcing “sleevenote” appearance of the fish body Color – from almost yellow to greenish-olive. In aquariums erpetoichthys calabaricus grow up to 40 cm long, in nature – as much as 90. These fish live 8-10 years. Continue reading