This is a large arrowana fish common in many home aquariums... just not this big
Guest - Jul 31, 2007 03:49 PM EDT
I love this picture of the shimmering irredescence of the Arawana. I went through I don't know how many pages to find this and just sit and look at its beauty for a while. A really great picture. Anne
Guest - Jul 22, 2007 08:58 AM EDT
I love this picture, Al, and am so happy that the arrowana can grow its own fur coat and mittens. *g* I had a dress once with those beautiful shimmering irridescent sequins on it. It was beautiful too. Thanks for the arrowana picture. Anne
Guest - Sep 13, 2006 08:50 PM EDT
I like this image, but it's a bit too dark.
Guest - Mar 03, 2006 11:46 AM EDT
This fish grows to somewhere in the region of 25 metres (males) females tend to be a little smaller about 3 inches.
During the colder winter months it grows a fur coat and mittens.
They can be trained to open cans of fizzy drink and remove caps from bottles.
Guest - Aug 20, 2005 07:28 PM EDT
The fhoto that you display on your web side is not arrowana.Its are arraipama giggas or berundi.Type that can be find in amazon lake call Titicacas.Make sure that you give right information to all hobbyist
Guest - May 06, 2005 12:23 PM EDT
Sorry, I don't believe that this fish is an arrowana
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