Today, we can distinguish several types of feed for ornamental pond fish:
Light fish food(for winter);
-Fish food with spirulina (for immune support);
-Feed to improve the color of fish;
-For the reproduction of fish.
Under a multi-year experience of maintenance of water bodies, including populated and unique, sometimes a collector’s breeds of ornamental fish, we have allocated a professional complete feed ASTET made in Holland. Feed ASTET appeared on the market relatively recently. Our choice is motivated a good adaptation and acclimatization on virtually any kind of ornamental fish to new conditions of living.
Typically, the most interesting specimens of ornamental fish originate in Southeast Asia. In this regard, a good adaptation and acclimatization to ours, is far from simple to ornamental fish species the conditions out in the first place. Feeding, is crucial for adaptation and acclimatization of fishes. Fish with pleasure eats food ASTET all season and has a great feeling. Continue reading
Catfish lane (lat. Corydoras arcuatus) is one of the most common types of aquarium fish. Has a calm disposition and a very good capacity for acclimatization. In natural conditions it lives in fresh waters of South America, particularly in Brazil, Peru and Ecuador. The two-lane catfish occurs in the upper Amazon and its tributaries. The water is clean with temperatures ranging from +22 to +26 C. it Prefers shallow areas with sandy or fine gravel bottom. Was opened in 1939 and at first it was called the armoured catfish due to the fact that on his body there are two rows of large scales –modified bone plates. They protect it from predators.
Most of the catfish spends time in search of food . which collects in the lower layers of the reservoir at the bottom. Fish touches the bottom of his elongated snout with sensitive whiskers. Catfish them touches the ground, catching invertebrates living there. Continue reading
Reconstruction of the head Mapusaurus roseae (AP Photo/HO/Rodolfo Coria).
Paleontologists Philip Carey (Philip Currie) from the canadian University of Alberta (University of Alberta ), and Rodolfo Coria (Rodolfo Coria) from the Argentinean paleontological Museum Carmen Funes discovered the largest carnivorous dinosaur.
Fossils of a carnivorous animal, considerably larger than the well-known Tyrannosaurus Rex were found in Argentina.
Dinosaur Mapusaurus roseae weighed 6 tons and was averaging 12-13 meters in length. He lived 100 million years ago and preyed on large dinosaurs. The name Mapusaurus is derived from the word “Earth” in the language of the tribe Mapuche living near Nakhodka, in Western Patagonia.
“This lizard was large enough and strong enough to attack the 100-ton, 40-metre long herbivorous argentinosaurus ( Argentinosaurus ), who lived near him here, during the Cretaceous period,” explained Carrie. Continue reading