• SAVAGE Australian Jardini eats mouse

    This is my Big Australian Jardini eating a mouse for the first time! took him a little bit but he finally had gotten it down. My tank is a 150 gallon aquarium bare bottom with only him in it!

    published: 20 Nov 2016
  • Talking about a large Saratoga at majestic aquariums

    By Paul Talbot http://paultalbot.com.au/ http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au Links for more informations and prices: http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au/live-fish/tropical

    published: 10 Feb 2013
  • Australian Saratoga Jardini Smashing Feeders

    Togez Smashing 2 Feeders. He finished the second feeder just after I stopped filming. I think he could happily eat 4 or 5 each day to tbh. I also feed him live crickets and Hikari food Sticks.

    published: 04 Mar 2010
  • Saratoga Jardini Australian Arowana

    He or she is our pet size about 15 cm currently in a 100 cm tank. named Ded Doung. Tank mate 12 cm sail fin pleco. (clean up crew) named Mojo.

    published: 21 Jul 2013
  • Operation Saratoga - UNSW

    Watch as we move the newly purchased Saratoga Jardini into the brand new monster tank at UNSW. This video was shot over a 6 hour period and all fish were acclimatised slowly before being introduced to the new tank. Tank dimensions 2400 x 800 x 800. Like, share, subscribe

    published: 20 May 2017
  • Barramundi, saratoga/Jardini, archers, bass & a native eel

    12 foot Australian native fish tank

    published: 26 Nov 2007
  • Agro 50cm saratoga

    published: 04 Feb 2016
  • Saratoga in a 6ft tank with a Gold Fish friend.

    this movie is 2 years after the other one was made. "saratoga in 6ft tank with convicts

    published: 12 Jan 2012
  • Jardini Arowana Growth| 9 Months in 3½ Minutes

    Just sharing with you all some of the footage that was taken of my Australian Jardini Arowana...truly an incredible fish. Though he grew pretty slow and was very shy, he still show great potential in both beauty and personality! Its a shame he left the way he did...remember when keep Arowana fish to keep the hood/cover over the tank and to fill any and every crack...this guy managed to jump threw a 2 inch gap in the back of my tank that I use for filter parts....RIP As Always, thank You all for watching, be sure to subscribe for more! Also, I'm expanding beyond YouTube; check out some other sites that I am active on: Blogger: http://thoseamazingfish.blogspot.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dwsdarius/pins/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DWSDarius-Fish-Tanks-539285939531300...

    published: 04 Sep 2016
  • Kayak Fishing Saratoga Big Fish Australian Arowana Andysfishing Andy's Fishing Video EP.257

    Some cool Wild Saratoga Kayak fishing action, these Saratoga are Australia's Arowana, they fight the same and look almost identical. They are great sport fish. I caught all of these fish on spinner bait lures fishing in a freshwater lagoon. The average size of these ancient fish was 60cm with the biggest around 75cm and a weight of over 4kg. I caught theses on a shimano sienna 1000 fd spinning reel with shakesphere agility 5 piece travel rod and 14 pound fire line and 20 pound monofilament leader but berkley. To support me when you shop on AMAZON please click HERE. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 👍 🔥 ❤️ https://www.amazon.com/shop/andysfishing 🔥 👍 ❤️ -----------------------------------------------------------------------...

    published: 07 Sep 2015
  • Large 60cm saratoga fish very big fish!!

    Miss this fish he's new tank broke so I had to give him away

    published: 16 Oct 2016
  • SPECIES SPECIAL: The Jardini Arowana

    This is going to be out first ever species special, and were going to talk about the jardini arowana. This is my Jardini arowana. This is copper and I named him coper because he has brownish, silvery sheen to him when I first got him. Right now, he has turned darker and I actually like that a lot more. This specie is from Australia. Their scientific name is Scleropages jardini but they are called different names. The different names included are Jardini Arowana, Pearl Arowana, Golden Pearl Arowana and Gulf Saratoga. There is actually two different species of Arowana from Australia. They are the Jardini and Leichardti Arowana. Scientific name Scleropages Leichardti. There is actually quite some difference between the two species. First of all, if you’re going to look at the fins of the J...

    published: 20 Oct 2017
  • Jardini so aggressive.

    published: 15 Feb 2016
  • My Saratoga Leichardti.

    My Big Boys In A 8ft by 2.5ft Tank.

    published: 08 Aug 2017
  • An Australian beauty, the Saratoga

    By Paul Talbot http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au

    published: 13 Jan 2016
  • About Saratoga - super cool fish

    By Paul Talbot http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • Saratoga Jardini with peacock bass and oscars...

    Saratoga Jardini with peacock bass and oscars...

    published: 02 Jul 2017
  • Saratoga On First Day In Tank

    My new Saratoga Jardini on first day in tank with my Aussie Bass.....

    published: 18 Jun 2008
  • HD - Silver Arowana & Jardini Arowana with music, community tank

    Here is my 75 gallons aquarium, 2 arowana, 1 redtail catfish, 1 pleco, 1 flowerhorn red devil and 1 african cichlid.

    published: 29 Oct 2014
  • Australia largest flagtail fish with baby Arowana Saratoga Jardni (2 years on no.3)

    Just updating on my Flagtail with 9 Silver Dollars, 1 Peacock Bass, 1baby Saratoga (aussie arowana) Fish. #Arowana #Saratoga #Jardnini #Flagtail #Peacockbass #Silverdollars

    published: 03 Oct 2013
  • Saratoga leichardti 11cm

    Saratoga leichardti 11cm - $150 He is fed on food sticks. c:

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • Saratoga and Native Fish For Sale Melbourne Victoria

    https://www.amazingamazon.com.au/saratoga-jardini-leichardti-arowana.html Native Fish for sale Melbourne Victoria.We have a huge range of fish for sale including Natives,Goldfish,Coldwater,Cichlids,Tropical and Marine fish.Huge range of Aquariums and Fish tanks for sale as well as all accessories.365 Springvale Road Glen Waverley 0395450000 www.amazingamazon.com.au

    published: 20 Mar 2011
  • How To Keep Arowana Fish In Aquarium # Arowana Care Guide

    Are you planning to keep an Arowana as your pet fish? Well then, it needs commitment as they can potentially live over 50 years! Watch this video for a complete guide on how to keep Arowana. Jardini or Gulf saratoga and Asian Arowana , Grows up to a size of 24 inches or two feet long (0.6 meters).So it needs a larger version of fish tank having a capacity of more than 150 gallons, The size of the silver Arowana and Black Arowana reaches up to gigantic 40 inches (1 meter) So, they need more than 250 gallons to move around freely. These fishes usually hover at the top near the water surface so the height of the tank need not be very tall. Asian Arowana are the most expensive pet fish, The price of Arowanas varies around the world based on its availability. It is cheaper in Asian countries...

    published: 06 Jan 2017
  • Saratoga Jardini (Pearl Arowana)

    My first video of my Jardini. I got it on September 2007. I fell in love with its colour and barbels. It is 9 inches long & tank is 4'x1.8'x1.8'

    published: 06 Feb 2008
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SAVAGE Australian Jardini eats mouse
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SAVAGE Australian Jardini eats mouse

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This is my Big Australian Jardini eating a mouse for the first time! took him a little bit but he finally had gotten it down. My tank is a 150 gallon aquarium bare bottom with only him in it!
https://wn.com/Savage_Australian_Jardini_Eats_Mouse
Talking about a large Saratoga at majestic aquariums
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Talking about a large Saratoga at majestic aquariums

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By Paul Talbot http://paultalbot.com.au/ http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au Links for more informations and prices: http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au/live-fish/tropical
https://wn.com/Talking_About_A_Large_Saratoga_At_Majestic_Aquariums
Australian Saratoga Jardini Smashing Feeders
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Australian Saratoga Jardini Smashing Feeders

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  • Updated: 04 Mar 2010
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Togez Smashing 2 Feeders. He finished the second feeder just after I stopped filming. I think he could happily eat 4 or 5 each day to tbh. I also feed him live crickets and Hikari food Sticks.
https://wn.com/Australian_Saratoga_Jardini_Smashing_Feeders
Saratoga Jardini  Australian Arowana
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Saratoga Jardini Australian Arowana

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2013
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He or she is our pet size about 15 cm currently in a 100 cm tank. named Ded Doung. Tank mate 12 cm sail fin pleco. (clean up crew) named Mojo.
https://wn.com/Saratoga_Jardini_Australian_Arowana
Operation Saratoga - UNSW
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Operation Saratoga - UNSW

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Watch as we move the newly purchased Saratoga Jardini into the brand new monster tank at UNSW. This video was shot over a 6 hour period and all fish were acclimatised slowly before being introduced to the new tank. Tank dimensions 2400 x 800 x 800. Like, share, subscribe
https://wn.com/Operation_Saratoga_Unsw
Barramundi, saratoga/Jardini, archers,  bass & a native eel
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Barramundi, saratoga/Jardini, archers, bass & a native eel

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  • Updated: 26 Nov 2007
  • views: 36428
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12 foot Australian native fish tank
https://wn.com/Barramundi,_Saratoga_Jardini,_Archers,_Bass_A_Native_Eel
Agro 50cm saratoga
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Agro 50cm saratoga

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https://wn.com/Agro_50Cm_Saratoga
Saratoga in a 6ft tank with a Gold Fish friend.
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Saratoga in a 6ft tank with a Gold Fish friend.

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this movie is 2 years after the other one was made. "saratoga in 6ft tank with convicts
https://wn.com/Saratoga_In_A_6Ft_Tank_With_A_Gold_Fish_Friend.
Jardini Arowana Growth| 9 Months in 3½ Minutes
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Jardini Arowana Growth| 9 Months in 3½ Minutes

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Just sharing with you all some of the footage that was taken of my Australian Jardini Arowana...truly an incredible fish. Though he grew pretty slow and was very shy, he still show great potential in both beauty and personality! Its a shame he left the way he did...remember when keep Arowana fish to keep the hood/cover over the tank and to fill any and every crack...this guy managed to jump threw a 2 inch gap in the back of my tank that I use for filter parts....RIP As Always, thank You all for watching, be sure to subscribe for more! Also, I'm expanding beyond YouTube; check out some other sites that I am active on: Blogger: http://thoseamazingfish.blogspot.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dwsdarius/pins/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DWSDarius-Fish-Tanks-539285939531300/timeline/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/112206322072180804997/posts
https://wn.com/Jardini_Arowana_Growth|_9_Months_In_3½_Minutes
Kayak Fishing Saratoga Big Fish Australian Arowana Andysfishing Andy's Fishing Video EP.257
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Kayak Fishing Saratoga Big Fish Australian Arowana Andysfishing Andy's Fishing Video EP.257

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  • Updated: 07 Sep 2015
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Some cool Wild Saratoga Kayak fishing action, these Saratoga are Australia's Arowana, they fight the same and look almost identical. They are great sport fish. I caught all of these fish on spinner bait lures fishing in a freshwater lagoon. The average size of these ancient fish was 60cm with the biggest around 75cm and a weight of over 4kg. I caught theses on a shimano sienna 1000 fd spinning reel with shakesphere agility 5 piece travel rod and 14 pound fire line and 20 pound monofilament leader but berkley. To support me when you shop on AMAZON please click HERE. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 👍 🔥 ❤️ https://www.amazon.com/shop/andysfishing 🔥 👍 ❤️ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The click lasts 24hours, and you pay no more than anywhere else. All items are what I have used and like, see the description for each item too. -------------------------- Stay updated on: -------------------------- InstaGram - https://www.instagram.com/andysfishing/ FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/AndysfishingYT/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/andysfishing ----------------------------------------------- SUPPORT MY VIDEO MAKING: ----------------------------------------------- • Donate with PAYPAL - https://goo.gl/gXQNma • PATREON - Contribute monthly to my video making efforts http://www.patreon.com/andysfishing
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Large 60cm saratoga fish very big fish!!
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Large 60cm saratoga fish very big fish!!

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  • Updated: 16 Oct 2016
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Miss this fish he's new tank broke so I had to give him away
https://wn.com/Large_60Cm_Saratoga_Fish_Very_Big_Fish
SPECIES SPECIAL: The Jardini Arowana
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SPECIES SPECIAL: The Jardini Arowana

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  • Updated: 20 Oct 2017
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This is going to be out first ever species special, and were going to talk about the jardini arowana. This is my Jardini arowana. This is copper and I named him coper because he has brownish, silvery sheen to him when I first got him. Right now, he has turned darker and I actually like that a lot more. This specie is from Australia. Their scientific name is Scleropages jardini but they are called different names. The different names included are Jardini Arowana, Pearl Arowana, Golden Pearl Arowana and Gulf Saratoga. There is actually two different species of Arowana from Australia. They are the Jardini and Leichardti Arowana. Scientific name Scleropages Leichardti. There is actually quite some difference between the two species. First of all, if you’re going to look at the fins of the Jardini, they tend to have spots. These spots stay with most of the fish as they get older, although it becomes duller. The fins of the leichardti tend to be more yellowish in color with a darker edge. Another difference is with the scales of the fishes. If you’re going to look closer on the individual scales of the jardini, you will see spots which are called pearling on the scales. They can either be orange, red or pink. Depends on the jardini food and genes. The leichardti on the other hand have a more yellowish silver tone to them. There’s a hint of pink on the fish but not as much pearling as with the jardini. Another main difference is the shape of the snout. Jardinis have a more upward pointing snout and leicharti have a more rounded snout. With that out of the way, let’s focus on the jardini. They are considered to be the most aggressive kind of arowana in the hobby. But then again, it depends on the individual fish. Their mouth is lined with small sharp teeth and they have what is called a bony tongue. Like other arowanas, they have barbells which help them detect movement from the water surface. If you are going to look closely at its mouth, it is pointing upwards and that therefore suggest it mostly feeds from the top but arowanas have a capability of moving their head towards the direction of the food. If the food is at the bottom, they will move their head down and check and will eventually swim towards it in a vertical position. They mostly are active swimmers and they occupy the top strata of the water. This makes them fun to watch in an aquarium. Since they are aggressive fishes, it is important to research fist on what kinds of fish he can be tank mates with. The fishes have to be either too big for him to eat or too small for him to be satisfied with. This is where the Optimal foraging Model comes into play but I will talk about that in a different video. Armored tank mates are also recommended since the jardini won’t hesitate trying to take a bite out of the other fishes. These fishes actually comes in a variety of color, there’s dark brown, which is the color of my first ever jardini Raja. If you’d look at my previous videos and my logo, you will see raja. Then there are the silver ones, which Copper used to be like. Then there’s brownish color and then there are the extremes. There are the more Golden ones, the Black jardinis which are hard to come by and the Platinum jardini. Theres also a variety in their pattern called the Batik, which is the presence of overwhelming amount of pearls which I actually find very attractive. The minimum tank size for this fish is 180 gallon. Copper right now is in a 180 gallon fish tank and he will be the biggest fish here. I will eventually be putting smaller fish here but that would be in the far future. 180 gallon will be the minimum because these fishes tend to grow 24 inches in an aquarium setting. Thatll be enough space for him to turn around but a bigger tank is recommended. Some people put them in a pond with heater and filter. Since this fish came from Australia which tends to be really hot, the temperature for the water should be around 76-85 deg Fahrenheit. They thrive with a PH of 6.0- 7.0 which is considered to be low to neutral. With that being said, driftwood and dried leaves will benefit the fish as this will imitate their natural environment. The tannins from the wood and leaves tend to lower the PH. Since they are carnivore, a meaty variety of food will be best for this fish. I personally feed mine tilapia fillet, market prawn, freeze dried mealworms, blood worms, which he goes crazy for and silver sides. I avoid giving him live food for two main reasons. I don’t want to see death in my tank, like a mealworm drowning then being spit out or minnows being chomped into pieces. Another reason is that I try to avoid introduction of diseases in the tank. Feeders tend to carry internal parasites and diseases with them and they tend to have very little nutritional value. Every now and then, I would give him beef heart but that is not very healthy since it is relatively fat.
https://wn.com/Species_Special_The_Jardini_Arowana
Jardini so aggressive.
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Jardini so aggressive.

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https://wn.com/Jardini_So_Aggressive.
My Saratoga Leichardti.
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My Saratoga Leichardti.

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My Big Boys In A 8ft by 2.5ft Tank.
https://wn.com/My_Saratoga_Leichardti.
An Australian beauty, the Saratoga
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An Australian beauty, the Saratoga

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  • Updated: 13 Jan 2016
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By Paul Talbot http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au
https://wn.com/An_Australian_Beauty,_The_Saratoga
About Saratoga - super cool fish
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About Saratoga - super cool fish

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  • Updated: 02 Dec 2015
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By Paul Talbot http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au
https://wn.com/About_Saratoga_Super_Cool_Fish
Saratoga Jardini with peacock bass and oscars...
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Saratoga Jardini with peacock bass and oscars...

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Saratoga Jardini with peacock bass and oscars...
https://wn.com/Saratoga_Jardini_With_Peacock_Bass_And_Oscars...
Saratoga On First Day In Tank
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Saratoga On First Day In Tank

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My new Saratoga Jardini on first day in tank with my Aussie Bass.....
https://wn.com/Saratoga_On_First_Day_In_Tank
HD - Silver Arowana & Jardini Arowana with music, community tank
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HD - Silver Arowana & Jardini Arowana with music, community tank

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Here is my 75 gallons aquarium, 2 arowana, 1 redtail catfish, 1 pleco, 1 flowerhorn red devil and 1 african cichlid.
https://wn.com/Hd_Silver_Arowana_Jardini_Arowana_With_Music,_Community_Tank
Australia largest flagtail fish with baby Arowana Saratoga Jardni (2 years on no.3)
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Australia largest flagtail fish with baby Arowana Saratoga Jardni (2 years on no.3)

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Just updating on my Flagtail with 9 Silver Dollars, 1 Peacock Bass, 1baby Saratoga (aussie arowana) Fish. #Arowana #Saratoga #Jardnini #Flagtail #Peacockbass #Silverdollars
https://wn.com/Australia_Largest_Flagtail_Fish_With_Baby_Arowana_Saratoga_Jardni_(2_Years_On_No.3)
Saratoga leichardti 11cm
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Saratoga leichardti 11cm

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Saratoga leichardti 11cm - $150 He is fed on food sticks. c:
https://wn.com/Saratoga_Leichardti_11Cm
Saratoga and Native Fish For Sale Melbourne Victoria
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Saratoga and Native Fish For Sale Melbourne Victoria

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https://www.amazingamazon.com.au/saratoga-jardini-leichardti-arowana.html Native Fish for sale Melbourne Victoria.We have a huge range of fish for sale including Natives,Goldfish,Coldwater,Cichlids,Tropical and Marine fish.Huge range of Aquariums and Fish tanks for sale as well as all accessories.365 Springvale Road Glen Waverley 0395450000 www.amazingamazon.com.au
https://wn.com/Saratoga_And_Native_Fish_For_Sale_Melbourne_Victoria
How To Keep Arowana Fish In Aquarium # Arowana Care Guide
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How To Keep Arowana Fish In Aquarium # Arowana Care Guide

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2017
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Are you planning to keep an Arowana as your pet fish? Well then, it needs commitment as they can potentially live over 50 years! Watch this video for a complete guide on how to keep Arowana. Jardini or Gulf saratoga and Asian Arowana , Grows up to a size of 24 inches or two feet long (0.6 meters).So it needs a larger version of fish tank having a capacity of more than 150 gallons, The size of the silver Arowana and Black Arowana reaches up to gigantic 40 inches (1 meter) So, they need more than 250 gallons to move around freely. These fishes usually hover at the top near the water surface so the height of the tank need not be very tall. Asian Arowana are the most expensive pet fish, The price of Arowanas varies around the world based on its availability. It is cheaper in Asian countries. I highly recommend you to feed packaged pellet foods. Check this out: https://goo.gl/vtbBta https://goo.gl/aIDNUl Homemade foods, live foods, fish meat, etc. may get missed out on certain essential nutrients. It may also contain excess fats which are not metabolized quickly and pose health issues in the later stages of the fish's life like eye drop syndrome. Silver, Black, and Jardini are quite hardy fishes and are easy to take care of. Do a 50% water change once a week to maintain water quality Asian Arowanas being expensive fishes, are kept in a well-maintained environment by the breeders. So that are quite sensitive and intolerable to high nitrates and ammonia levels. The Temperature, PH, the hardness of water, etc., should not fluctuate at all. If you have an expensive fish, use PH, ammonia and nitrate test kits. Use high capacity heaters to keep the temperature constant at any number between 25℃ to 30℃ (77℉ to 86℉) Use sump or canister filter. Sponge filters are unacceptable for the larger fish tank. I recommend you to keep bare bottom tanks. If you plan to keep substrates, make sure to vacuum clean the whole of it. Or else it is very difficult to cope up with the water quality. Do not use driftwood. Arowana may get hurt by sharp and pointed edges of driftwood especially while feeding and you'ii end up having an Arowana with scarred and chipped scales. Arowanas may destroy small and delicate plants to its aggressive nature. I highly recommend you to keep single Arowana in your tank. If you crowd your fish tank like this picture, you will end up having stunted Arowana. It won't die, it'ii just be stressed out throughout its entire life. Arowanas are aggressive due to their territorial nature. So, if you want many fishes, make sure to have a giant tank. Arowanas are good jumper use well covered and heavy lids. Cover up any gaps with heavy nets. If your fish is stressed out due to any reason, like poor water quality, the lake of space, etc., it may try to jump out and break its spine. use aquarium lighting as per your needs. LESs made especially for enhancing the color of Arowana's body are available. Do not keep the lights on 24/7. Fishes do need some dark periods to rest, which is essential for their growth. Meet the world's most expensive tropical fish. Platinum Arowana price - $400000, Don't be mistaken, this is a common albino silver Arowana, which costs not more than $400
https://wn.com/How_To_Keep_Arowana_Fish_In_Aquarium_Arowana_Care_Guide
Saratoga Jardini (Pearl Arowana)
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Saratoga Jardini (Pearl Arowana)

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My first video of my Jardini. I got it on September 2007. I fell in love with its colour and barbels. It is 9 inches long & tank is 4'x1.8'x1.8'
https://wn.com/Saratoga_Jardini_(Pearl_Arowana)
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