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Catfish commonly found in lakes, swamps, rivers, and waterways

Catfish commonly found in lakes, swamps, rivers, and waterways up to the paddy fields. These fish prey on a variety of small fish, insects, and a variety of other aquatic animals, including tadpoles and frogs. Often fish cork brought flooding to the trenches around the house, or into the maintenance of fish ponds and become pests that prey on pet fish there. If the rice fields, pond or ditch dries up, the fish will seek to move to another place, or if unavoidable, will bury themselves in the mud to place it back watery. Therefore, these fish often encountered 'walk' on land, especially at night in the dry season, look elsewhere still runny. This phenomenon is because the cork has the ability to breathe directly from the air, using a kind of labyrinth organ (such as catfish or damselfish) but more primitive. In the breeding season, male and female fish cooperated in preparing the nest between plants near the water's edge. Children fish red orange black stripes, Seasonbet77 Agen Casino Resmi Promo 100% SBOBET IBCBET Sambut Piala Dunia 2014 swim in groups working together to and fro in search of food. This young group unattended by a parent. Deployment Widespread catfish ranging from Pakistan to the west, southern Nepal, most parts of India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, southern China, and most parts of Southeast Asia including western Indonesia. The diversity of type Cork and relatives including animals of the Old World, from Asia (genus Channa) and Africa (genus Parachanna). Altogether there are about 30 species of these two genera. In Indonesia there are several species of Channa; which are all naturally spread to the west of the Wallace Line. But now the cork has been introduced into the eastern part anyway. One cork is a close relative of fish toman (Channa micropeltes), the body length can exceed 1 m and weighing more than 5 kg.
Benefits and Drawbacks Actually, cork fish have high economic value. Cork wild fish caught from rivers, lakes and swamps in Sumatra and Kalimantan often marinated before traded between islands. Cork salted dried fish is one that is quite expensive Palembang in Sumatra, especially in the very high price of fish as a raw material for making pempek (food typical Palembang). Besides fresh catfish, mostly sold in a state of life, an important source of protein for rural communities, especially those adjacent to swampy areas or river Catfish bait fish which is also enjoyable. With live bait such as insects or frogs child, cork fished relatively easy. However, sharp teeth and a bolt and a strong pull, can easily break the fishing line.

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