November 1st, 2012 — 11:46am
This young tiger shovelnose is already displaying signs of stunting in the rounded shape of the snout. © Hristo Hristov
It’s fair to assume that not many of us consider animal cruelty or neglect to be positive things, yet in one respect the aquarium hobby is arguably among the worst offenders in the global pet trade.
In the first of a series of articles in support of BIAZA’s ‘Big Fish Campaign’ we explain why, in some cases, size really does matter… Continue reading »
Category: Articles, Freshwater Fishes | Tags: BIAZA, Big Fish Campaign, iridescent shark, monster fish, pacu, pangasius, red-tailed catfish, tankbuster, tiger shovelnose |
August 3rd, 2012 — 10:21am
BIAZA project aims to educate and promote responsible sales of problematic species.
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Category: News | Tags: BIAZA, Big Fish Campaign, big fish small tank, monster fish, tankbuster |