POLYPTERUS SENEGALUS (ALBINO)
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) that is across the board all through a lot of Africa. This fish is very eel-like in appearance and is some of the time alluded to as a “dinosaur eel,” in spite of the fact that it’s anything but a genuine eel. It is an amazingly strong species that is flexible. All bichirs possess a changed swim bladder that permits them to inhale climatic air and live in water that is low in oxygen. Actually, they are regularly ready to live out of water for expanded timeframes as long as they stay sodden.
The Longfin Albino Senegal Bichir is basically nighttime, however it will regularly get dynamic during daytime hours once settled in an aquarium with a lot of driftwood, rockwork, and other concealing spots. It’s anything but an especially forceful fish, however, it will eat fish and spineless creatures that are sufficiently little to be viewed as prey. It will for the most part disregard all different tankmates. Grown-up bichirs can in some cases be regional with each other, yet they similarly as regularly will share concealing spots and be totally quiet with each other. While it is a phenomenally strong species, the Platinum Senegal Bichir requires a genuinely huge aquarium with a lot of floor space and amazing filtration.
Bichirs are not hesitant to bounce or leave the water, so a tight-fitting top is important to keep them from getting away from the aquarium. They likewise should have the option to rise to the top to inhale sporadically.
Taking care of is extremely simple for the unfussy Longfin Albino Senegal Bichir. It requires a fluctuated diet for ideal wellbeing, yet will promptly acknowledge practically all excellent live, solidified, and dry nourishments of fitting size.
Our Polypterus Senegalus size 3 to 3.5 inch