In my first post on India’s Sunderbans National Park, I gave a brief overview of this unique ecosystem. In this piece, I’ll be looking specifically at the aquatic and semi-aquatic life which can be found in and around the Sunderbans’ silty, brackish waters.
Following up on an overview of Cambodia’s Tonlé Sap lake, Mike Tuccinardi looks at replicating the lake’s unique habitats in a biotope aquarium
A Florida based aquarium fish wholesaler reveals their new 2,800 gallon holding system for freshwater fish originating in blackwater habitats
The Tonlé Sap Lake, considered to be “the beating heart of Cambodia”, is a remarkably unique body of water which happens to be home to dozens, if not hundreds, of popular aquarium fish species. I recently had the chance to visit this ecosystem for the first time and came away with a newfound respect for the lake and its inhabitants.
A look at the unique aquatic habitat of India’s Sundarbans National Park, home to the world’s largest mangrove forest and hundreds of species of terrestrial and aquatic life