Arowana
Arowana

Arowana

Faber, Kyle

Editorial:
CAC Publishing LLC
ISBN:
978-0-9987140-0-4
The Arowana is the world's most costly aquarium fish. It is a tropical freshwater fish from the brackish swamps of Asia, the river basins of South America, and the pools and billab... Más información
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Editorial:
CAC Publishing LLC
Encuadernación:
Tapa blanda o Bolsillo
Idioma de publicación :
Inglés
ISBN:
978-0-9987140-0-4
EAN:
9780998714004
Dimensiones:
229 x 152 mm.
Peso:
168 gramos
Nº páginas:
106
Fecha publicación :
01-02-2017
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(12,74€ sin IVA)
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    The Arowana is the world's most costly aquarium fish. It is a tropical freshwater fish from the brackish swamps of Asia, the river basins of South America, and the pools and billabongs of Austrailia. There are numerous types of Arowanas, most of which can easily grow up to three feet long. This fish is a savage predator that?s been around since the age of the dinosaurs and has remained unchanged, which is why some people call these fish ?living fossils.? The Arowana is prized for its unique metallic scales; the bristles that bulge from its jaw; and its undulating movements as it swims, which are reminiscent of the paper serpents you might find in a Chinese New Year's parade. In fact, the similarities between the Arowana and the dragon of Chinese lore have given rise to the belief that the fish brings good fortune and success. For all of these reasons, the Arowana has become one of the most coveted aquarium fish in the world. The situation of the Arowana is very unique: nearly extinct in the wild, Arowanas have actually seen an increase in reproduction in recent years as they?re bred by the thousands on far

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