Marine fish
Marine fish actively drink sea salt water, providing the necessary level of water for normal functioning, and excess salt is removed from the body. The exchange of chlorine ions, sodium,…

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Plants for pond
The new pond at first looks deserted. And its banks are unsightly and lifeless. And immediately arises the necessity to equip your new pond. Bring beauty. Of course, as time…

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Catfish-the Changeling (Synodontis nigriventris). Description in the aquarium, spawn

Catfish-the Changeling (Synodontis nigriventris)

Continent: Africa

Prevails in the regions: the basin of the Congo

Body length: 10 cm

Food: carnivorous fish

Habitat: fresh water

Catfish-shifter, or synodontis nigriventris, belongs to the family mochokidae. The homeland of this species is Africa, and to meet him in the natural environment, it is necessary to visit the Congo basin. Shifters reach a length of 10 cm inhabit fresh water and belong to the group of predatory fish.

In Europe the catfish-the shapeshifter first appeared relatively recently – in 1950 in Amsterdam. In our days the activity of this species, both in captivity and in natural conditions, are poorly understood. Continue reading

Seahorse

Seahorse refers to ray-finned fish. Forms a genus in which there are 54 species. They live in shallow waters in tropical and subtropical marine waters worldwide. In the Pacific ocean are found from North to South America. In the Atlantic from Nova Scotia and further South. There is a colony at the mouths of the European rivers. For example, in the Thames. Three species live in the Mediterranean sea.

Appearance

Body length varies from 1.5 to 35 cm External appearance resembles a chess knight. The skin is thin and stretched bony plates in the form of rings. Each type have their number of rings. The neck is flexible and well expressed. For seahorses is characterized by vertical rather than horizontal movement in the water. They tremble dorsal fin and pectoral fins behind the eyes.

This is the most slow swimming fish in the world. Their top speed is 2-1,5 km/h. Caudal fin not. These bad swimmers most of the time are stationary, hooked prehensile tails for marine vegetation. Snout long and tubular end stigma. It works like a pipette, drawing the food along with water. Eyes have the ability to move, independently from each other. Continue reading

Home aquarium

Do I need an aquarium in the modern home?

The modern life such high-speed train, uncontrollably gaining speed and rushing into an uncertain tomorrow. Every minute counts, all that can be is automated, everything is possible – optimized, all is extraneous, distracting from the deadly rhythm – postponed for later or safely forgotten. Work? Always! Information? As much as you want! Money? Never enough!

But stop the person, ask: “When, dear, you with nature communicated? For mushrooms or fishing when last time went? Fresh air is choking the lungs when spoiled?”.

The aquarium and the psychology of space

Well known fact about the influence of the world on a person. Why it’s hard to be in separate rooms, to see some items, it is unpleasant to observe any effect. Where does the feeling of depression, unexplained anxiety or even panic, confusion and uncertainty. Continue reading

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The scariest sea creatures
In the seas and oceans live the most unusual and alien beings on Earth. And some of them look very scary... Fish-frog. Found in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans…

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Fish farming
Pond fish farming is the way of fish farming. There are other ways, but in structure and content, pond fish farming is practically no different from livestock. The pond performs…

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