Emperor tetra (Nematobrycon palmeri)

A tank fish called emperor tetra (Nematobrycon palmeri) feels itself rather comfortable in community tanks and thickly planted ones desirably.

Emperor tetra breeding can even occur there, especially if the fish are kept in a small school. It’s good if there are more than 6 fish in a school, since otherwise they may nip other fishes fins. Therefore keeping tetras in a school significantly smooths such a behavior and switches them to dealing with species of their kind.


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Siberian cat- born hunter and fluffy companion

Siberian cat — is a breed of semi-long furred cats. They have long thick fur that is damp-proof, their ears are middle sized and the tail is fluffy. These native species are close in their behavior and origin to Norwegian Forest Cats and Maine Coon cats.

Gracious cat enslaves hearts with the inward slant of the green eyes and “bobcat” tufts on its ears, that remind us of its wild ancestors. Siberian cats are born hunters, therefore they feel themselves especially comfortable outside.

If forest cat lives in a flat, it needs walks at least once a week. Quite a lot of farmers have cats to protect their crops from gnawing animals.
siberian forest cat

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Black neon tetra (Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi)

Black neon tetra (Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi) is a graceful and active aquarium fish. If you put a school of fish in a thickly planted tank with dark bottom substrate, the tank will look magnificent.

Except for their beauty, that tetras are known for their peaceful temper and for being good tank mates.

They are somehow alike neon tetras – just like them they have a stripe on their body, even though the fish is called black neon they are completely different fishes.

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