Channa Micropelets in natural habitat

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Haku, I knew your were good.
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Are you keeping topic or subtropical snakeheads? I had a hand full of species like stewartii, gaucha, punctata and also obscura. The subtropics are far more gentle as the tropics.
Anyway most snakeheads don't deserve there bad name because of Channa Micropelets what is an top predator. 8 of 10 channa species are to 90% insects eaters and do not have even the jaws and teeths to eat fish.
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Our neighbor holds 2nd place for largest snake head caught in NJ. as of last summer.
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toom wrote: Are you keeping topic or subtropical snakeheads? I had a hand full of species like stewartii, gaucha, punctata and also obscura. The subtropics are far more gentle as the tropics.
Anyway most snakeheads don't deserve there bad name because of Channa Micropelets what is an top predator. 8 of 10 channa species are to 90% insects eaters and do not have even the jaws and teeths to eat fish.

Actualy, I believe that smaller snakehead species to take fingerlings and possibly guppy-size fishes .
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turtle lover replied the topic: Channa Micropelets in natural habitat

I love snakeheads ever since I watch River Monsters and with the new episode of Monster Fish, it made me more interested with the fish. I want to keep one, but many grow big and are aggressive when combined with other fish especially with oscars.
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