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"Malawi Cichlid 1" a Video by Alda
Click on the white triangle in the the video, shown above. This video seems to have been taken in Lake Malawi, which is in East Africa and is the home of many species of interesting cichlids, like the ones in this video. After about 49-seconds of this video you can see a school of fry, which seem to be feeding on some very large rocks. The diver with the video camera may have frightened the fry, and a large fish, titled "Buccochromis heterotaenia f", collects the fry back into her mouth. Below are two pictures from the web site at aquamalawi .com. The upper picture shows a male B. heterotaenia, and the lower picture shows a female. It looks like the upper picture was taken in an aquarium and not in Lake Malawi, but the lower picture may have been taken in Lake Malawi. Fish Base says this fish "Has been observed in different habitats but always near rocks. A piscivor which regularly hunts in packs." The Bailey Brothers, Tom and Nevin, encourage you to call and talk about this video with them.
Links to "Fish in the News" from Robert in NJ.
Hi Tom & Nevin, here is the fish in the news I missed 2 weeks due to I was down and OUT with the flu, But I am Back. Tom, you asked on air what is it with the giant squid stories? Well for me it started with "20,000 Leagues under the Sea", and now that I am older, its one of the last great mysteries left to us in this modern day; we know they exist but not much else. Your Friend, Robert in NJ
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