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    Introducing the Ancistrus Brevifilis Pleco L149, a unique and captivating addition to any aquarium. With its striking appearance and vibrant colors, this pleco species is sure […]

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    Looking to add a touch of elegance to your aquarium? Look no further than the L190 Royal Pleco (Panaque nigrolineatus). With its stunning appearance, this fish […]

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    Introducing the stunning Dekeryseria L168 Atabapo, also known as the Butterfly Pleco Catfish (Dekeyseria pulchra). With its vibrant colors and unique patterns, this fish is sure […]

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    The Electric Catfish, also known as the African Electric Catfish (Malapterurus electricus), is a fascinating and unique species that will captivate any aquarium enthusiast. With its […]

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    The Tiger Shovelnose Catfish, also known as the Tiger Catfish or the TSN, is a large freshwater catfish species that is native to South America. It is named for its distinctive appearance, which includes a silver body with black stripes or spots and a broad, flattened head that resembles a shovel. Tiger Shovelnose Catfish are not suitable for most home aquariums due to their large size and active, predatory behavior. They require a spacious aquarium with plenty of swimming room and hiding places such as caves or driftwood. They are also carnivorous and require a diet of live or frozen foods such as fish, shrimp, or worms. These catfish can grow up to 3 feet in length and require experienced aquarists who are willing to provide the specialized care they need. It is important to note that Tiger Shovelnose Catfish have sharp spines on their dorsal and pectoral fins, which can cause injury to both humans and other fish, so care should be taken when handling them.