Four-eyed fish bourne in an aquarium!

Posted: September 16, 2009 in General, History
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At the Blue Planet in Cheshire the zoological team have successfully breaded the rare called anableps. The fish originally comes from the rivers in South America. Their pupil are divided which do that they have four-eyes!

They can use one pair looking for food below or at the surface while the other pair looks out for predators. The zoological team hope they will have more babies and more females are pregnant. It is one of the most popular species at the aquarium. They give birth after about 8 weeks and are about 5 centimeters when born but grow quickly within eight months to become 15-20 cm.

They feed on insects and other invertebrates.

Read the full article here

Picture from the Telegraph.co.uk

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