such a beautiful afternoon today, bright & warm~~
let’s cyberdiving into a fish world i’d created today..
it’s all thanks to ALLAH Who had created many unique animals even fish world!!
1st lucky fish i’d choosen is Imperial Angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator)
The Emperor Angelfish lives in the Indo-Pacific. Large adult specimens are found in areas with prolific algae growth on clear lagoon, channel, or seaward reefs. This fish typically seek shelter in caves and under ledges even as an adult.
2nd is Percula Clown (Amphiprion percula) aka Nemo!
Wild Clownfish can be found in warm waters in the Pacific Ocean and the Percula Clownfish is a popular fish in salt water aquariums. They look very beautiful with striking colours and are also quite peaceful. They usually adapt quickly to a new environment and are easy to feed in captivity. Since they are found in warm waters their metabolism is higher than the cold water marine species. This makes the Percula Clownfish, -and its relatives – very active and lively in an aquarium compared to cold water fish.
Percula Clownfish and all the other Clownfish species experienced a boom in 2003 when Pixar released an animated movie called ‘Finding Nemo’. In this film, a Clownfish father tries to rescue his young son from an aquarium. Strangely enough, this film did not make people turn their back on fish keeping. Instead, the demand for Clownfish rose greatly after the movie had become a success. Unfortunately for the Clownfish, many buyers did not take the time to research how to successfully keep a Clownfish. Having a salt water aquarium is very much different from keeping a fresh water one. If you plan to keep a Clownfish, or any other salt water species, you must sit down and learn the basics about salt water aquariums and also be prepared to invest in the necessary equipment. If you want to keep a “Nemo” we suggest that you buy one that has been bred in an aquarium instead of being caught at a reef. As of 2005, Clownfish is one of the few marine aquarium species that are commercially bred in captivity. In the film, Nemo escapes back to the wild by being flushed down a toilet. Unfortunately, some fish keepers still use this as a method of getting rid of unwanted fish. This is a very bad method, since the fish will not survive but instead die a stressful death.
3rd is Yellowtail Damselfish
The Yellowtail Damsel is found in the Western Pacific, including the waters of Solomon Islands, northern Papua New Guinea, Philippines, and Ryukyu Islands. It is know to live in small groups over patches of Acropora corals.
enough for today as we can get the knowledge of these fish and at the same time; Subhanallah, Allah is the Greater one..