Blue Black Arowana Fish, likewise called Osteoglossum ferreirai. They are found in the blackwater Negro and Orinoco Rivers in South America, the Black Arowana is a sought after animal varieties because of its lively glowing hue and orange-managed black balances. Like all arowana they are enormous, surface-abiding hunters which require more than adequate tankspace and a tight fitting cover as they are strong jumpers. Black arowana are for the most part serene towards any tankmates too huge to even think about being eaten. Albeit somewhat more modest than their direct relation the Silver Arowana, they actually develop to an amazing grown-up size and require a suitably huge aquarium.
Beginning: Wild Colombia
Diet: Predator, benefits from bugs, fish, and other surface dwelling prey
Grown-up Size: 24″
Suggested Tank Size: 180 gallons
Similarity: Predatory towards fish little to the point of being eaten however in any case not forceful
Favored Water Parameters
pH: 6.5 – 7.4
Transporting Note: Due to estimate, the requirement for additional pressing, and space prerequisites, bigger sizes may not be qualified for our level rate delivering. We emphatically suggest delivering huge fish by means of air freight whenever the situation allows. Kindly reach us for a statement or for extra transportation data.
These serene fish blend well in with other enormous fish, however need exceptionally huge tanks with bunches of free-swimming room. A 183 x 61 x 61cm/6′ x 2′ x 2′ tank ought to be the base, yet longer and more extensive is better. Aside from their size, they’re not difficult to keep and become manageable enough to take care of from your hand. Introduce a larger than usual filtration framework to deal with the high alkali squanders. Try not to keep them with anything little (they’ll eat them) or anything excessively forceful (the arowana will get harmed or will leap out, possibly crushing any cover glasses).
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