• Guinean bichir – polypterus ansorgii


      he Guinean bichir is a beam finned fish from waterways and other freshwater natural surroundings in Western Africa, going from Guinea-Bissau to Nigeria. It arrives at the greatest length of 28 cm, is greenish-earthy colored to dark in shading, and has huge, dim spots and blotches on its sides. They are about 2 to 2.5 inch sizes.

    • Nile Bichir (Polypterus bichir bichir)


      The Nile Bichir, Polypterus bichir bichir, is found in shallow, sluggish waters in Egypt, Chad, Ghana, and perhaps Cameroon. Albeit this species was the first of the Bichirs to be portrayed deductively, it remains very uncommon in the side interest and exchange because of the far-off zones it occupies. This subspecies is one of a few purported “lower jaw” gatherings…

    • Polypterus Endlicheri 3 inch


      The body is long and about as profound as it is wide. A serrated dorsal balance keeps running along the majority of the body until it meets the caudal blade. The pectoral blades append simply behind and underneath the gill openings and are the essential methods for headway, giving a moderate, smooth appearance. The example of the fish comprises of…

    • Polypterus Ornatipinnis12 to 14 inch


      The Ornate Bichir, Polypterus ornatipinnis, is considered the most appealing of the Bichir gathering. It is a Lobe-finned Pike, a freshwater fish beginning from Africa. Likewise with different individuals from the crude Polypteridae family, the Ornate Bichir has the special capacity to make due out of water. With a lung-like combined swimbladder and gills to help breathing, the Ornate Bichir…

    • Polypterus Senegal Bichir 2 to 3 inch


      Not to be trusted with tankmates it can fit in its mouth yet is generally tranquil generally. Appropriate tankmates incorporate different Polypterus species, Synodontis, Datnoides, Knife Fish, bigger Ctenopoma species, medium to huge characins and African Butterfly Fish. Floor space is a higher priority than profundity with this species. A delicate substrate with bits of driftwood and smooth rocks organized…



      The Longfin Albino Senegal Bichir is an uncommon variation of an extremely darling and frequently continued, intriguing antiquated species that is a staple of the “crackpot fish” aquarium. The Longfin Albino Senegal Bichir (Polypterus senegalus “Pale skinned person Longfin”) is an uncommon variation of the more typical Senegal Bichir, an antiquated species (allegedly more than 200 million years of age)…

    • Polypterus Weeksii 10 to 12 inch


      Polypterus weeksii, the mottled bichir, is a fish in the family Polypteridae found in the focal bowl of the Congo River. Our Polpterus Weeksii is 7″ to 8″ size

    • Ropefish ( Reedfish)


      They are called ropefish or Reedfish and they are from West and Central Africa. They can survive in low oxygen level water since they have a pair of lungs as well as gills. They can reach to 1′ size maximum. The Ropefishes are peaceful fishes and they enjoy other ropefish company. They move like snake at the bottom of the…

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