Malaysian Golden Crossback Arowana, this gathering of fish are some of the time (rather strangely) called “bony tongues” due to a toothed plate of bone that they have on the lower part of their mouth. Possessing the inland waters of South America, Southeast Asia, and Australia, these fish take care of extended bodies with enormous scopes and an unmistakable sets of hand weights distending from the tip of their lower jaw.
In light of their looks, arowanas are likewise at times known (particularly in Asian nations) as “mythical serpent fish” or “shui long” in Mandarin. Legends lets us know that arowanas bring karma, since they look like a customary Chinese mythical serpent. They’re exceptionally savage fish that you’ll regularly see exquisitely watching the outer layer of the water.
The red tail golden arowanas (otherwise called RTGs) can be found inside the Siak River framework in Pekanbaru, Indonesia. Considered the ‘exemplary’ search for Asian arowanas, the red tail golden arowana is one of the most pursued of any arowana species.
Also, no big surprise, since it looks so striking: It has dark red blades with golden scales covering the greater part of its body. In any case, RTGs are not the same as the wide range of various arowanas in that their delightful golden scales (which specialists allude to as the sparkle) won’t ever develop past the fourth column of scales from their paunch. The scales without sparkle are normally a dull dim shading.