The flower horn Fish is considered by the Chinese to be lucky for its owners.The most famous feng shui wealth fish is the Flowerhorn, and the purest Flowerhorn, are known to command quite high fees. The black markings on its side is said to resemble very closely the Chinese lucky numbers. Flower horn Fish enthusiasts also look for flower horn with large humps on their heads. A larger hump raises the price of this expensive fish. It is believed that certainly brings a lot of money to its Owner. There has been a great deal of controversy regarding the Flower Horn which many regard as being a mutated species. It is in fact a cross breed, and breeders try to combine the better qualities of two different species in this fish. Believed to be lucky, this fish has become very popular in East and South-East Asia. Flower horn Fish grow up to 12" in length, and hence need a 500. Liter aquarium at the least. These fish are hardier than a lot of other species, but they survive best in water having a temperature between 27º C and 32º C, and with a pH ranging from 7.0 to 7.8. These carnivorous fish can be fed bloodworms, insects, small fish, flakes and pellets. Don't ever overfeed your flower horn, and try to give it food that does not pollute its water These are not difficult fish to keep if you are new to fish keeping.
Arowana Aquarium also called Vaasthu Aquarium. The most famous feng shui wealth fish is the arrowana, or dragon fish, and the purest arrowanas are known to command quite high fees The wide range of Arowana Aquarium offered by us is manufactured in compliance with the international quality standards. Arowana fish Also known as the dragon fish, There are 4 types of Asian Arowana the Red, Gold, silver and Green. The arowana is an auspicious fish and popularly believed to bring good luck and business success to its owner, as well as ward of evil.
Arowana tank or arowana aquarium is an important ingredient in the life of your arowana fish. Fish tanks come in many different sizes, shapes and price ranges. Narrow down your choices by considering the needs of your arowana. Rectangular tanks are ideal for Arowanas since they are able to swim their lengths. A full grown Arowana should be housed in a 150 gallon or larger glass tank. A 125 gallon tank can suffice, but a larger fish tank is highly recommended. The cost of a 150 gallon or larger tank is usually not much more than a 125 gallon. For housing an Arowana, buy the biggest setup you have room for and can reasonably afford.Since arowanas are tropical fish, you want to keep them comfortable in their tropical habitat. You can do this by maintaining the water temperature between 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Our digital tank thermometer help to measure the temperature. This will help you keep track of your tank water temperature all the time. Arowana tank water is preferably maintained at pH of 6.0 to 7.0. Check your tank water regularly to maintain the health of your arowana fish. Your fish can be susceptible to diseases or become weak if they don't live the water with sauitable pH level.Our Strong Filter system will take care. You are also advised to change about 10 to 20 percent of water when the arowana aquarium needs to have new water. Your arowana fish might go into shock if you replace more water than advised and this could be fatal to your arowana fish. We would recommend you learn more about your arowana fish by our arowana experts.
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