As has been repeated on the pages of the site cherry shrimp being very peaceful and quite aggressive. But if You are going to keep them in a community tank one should think about the neighbours shrimp and the possible consequences of this neighborhood.
With whom you can keep cherry shrimp . Think about the neighborhood with caimans and turtles say no need. But the neighborhood of aquarium fish and other shrimp worth discussing…
So, fish … Cherry shrimp get along well with any species of aggressive fish. For example, guppies, dpri-Dario or microrasbora will be good neighbors for cherries. That fish did not eat up the shrimp and feed the latter is better so that food fell into the thick plants. Then shrimp can easily get to it and fish there. If the aquarium is equipped with a large number of shrubs, you can keep cherry shrimp and a more aggressive species of aquarium fish . But in this case You will hardly be able to fully appreciate these wonderful creatures, Continue reading
In the seas and oceans of our planet are populated with over 21000 species of fish. About ten percent of them belong to the industrial types. Breeding allows you to obtain not only the fish as a commodity, it is the raw material for the production of medicines, fertilizers, pet food. Industrial fish are divided into freshwater and marine.
Freshwater species are fish that inhabit the ponds, lakes, rivers. The main industrial freshwater fish species are catfish, carp, perch. To artificial breeding of well adapted to black bass, trout, carp, Amur, silver carp. Such kinds of fish as pike, perch, catfish, carp, crucian carp, bream, take the first place in terms of industrial production in our country.
Particularly valuable of freshwater species of fish are:
sturgeon and stellate sturgeon, Beluga, sturgeon, this species of fish has a very tasty and fatty meat, and from them collect valuable Beluga caviar;
salmon – humpback salmon, chum salmon, Steelhead, these fish species are given, in addition to high demand of red caviar, delicious meat. Continue reading
Sharks are found in open and coastal ocean waters. These mysterious creatures appeared on Earth 400 million barrels. years ago. Belong to cartilaginous fish. as their skeleton consists of cartilage. Cartilage is durable, and unlike the bones of fish, more flexible and light. They have no swim bladder. Afloat fish holds, thanks to its large but lightweight the liver. Her need to constantly move in order not to drown.
She swims, arching his whole body from side to side. Almost all of them when hunting using the electric field. Sharks capture him with the help of numerous electrical sensors that are on her face.
Many of them, it is not strange, they eat plankton. Plankton is a conglomeration of various microscopic and small organisms. Mainly unicellular plankton contains algae, which absorb solar energy, thereby transforming inorganic substances into organic food. Continue reading