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HANDFEEDING Silver Arowanas In Pond 1m08s

HANDFEEDING Silver Arowanas In Pond

Feeding anchovies to my baby silvers in the pond. as can be seen they have grown since i put them in a few weeks back! they r no longer attacked by the big arow and have gained heaps of confidence

Gujrat1
Published: July 31, 20182,689 views
What are the small fish in the POND 55s

What are the small fish in the POND

Everyone ALWAYS asks me what the small fish in the pond are! well here is a big one that i netted in the pond. please feel free to ID it in the comments section below

Gujrat1
Published: July 22, 201820,190 views
TLkmDN Treating VERY Injured Koi 1m27s

TLkmDN Treating VERY Injured Koi

Hey guys i released one of my koi from the tank into the pond this morning. Everything seemed normal. a bit of chasing from the pacus and a bit of running away. My other koi were treated exactly the same. BUT wen i got back from lunch he was beaten up SOOOO BADLY! all his fins were bitten off including his tail. Poor guy. I immediately removed him and began treatment. I'll be praying for a speedy recovery. IM SOOO PISSED at my pacu!!! i just fed them as well. i guess my koi got unlucky and was bitten badly at the start so he couldnt run away

spider eating fly 1m07s

spider eating fly

said the spider to the fly. At least that’s usually the way it goes. In most showdowns between spiders and flies, the odds weigh heavily in the spider’s favor. Today, however, we’ll look at a few species of fly that manage to turn the tables on their eight legged foes. When many spiders capture a fly, they don’t eat it right away. Instead, they poison the fly and wrap it in silk. They leave this silk-wrapped package for later consumption, just the way you store food in your pantry instead of eating it all right there at the supermarket. Imagine yourself as a fly passing a web full of these wrapped-up dead flies. You might imagine you’d be frightened by the spectacle of your comrades, wrapped up like so many Hostess Twinkies. Not so for the Microphorus crassipes. This fly species sees a spider’s larder as a golden opportunity. Indeed, it gets most of its food by stealing these silk-wrapped packages–very carefully of course–from spiders. Another type of fly found worldwide, called Robber Flies, take this thieving concept one step further. Instead of just stealing the spider’s food, certain robber flies go after the spider itself. Robber flies have been seen snatching a spider off of the ground, carrying it away, and eating it. Even worse news for spiders: There’s a whole family of flies–the Small Headed flies–whose larvae actually develop inside a spider’s body. These fly larvae burrow into a passing spider, then proceed to eat the spider from the inside out. Spider or fly, fly or spider. Betting on the spider isn’t always a sure thing.