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Hobby of aquarium fish churning thousands for Bangladesh schoolboy


In the last one and a half years, tenth-grader Mosaddek Mandal Rahat established his aquarium fish farm "RM Ornamental Fish Zone" on 1.5 acres of family land in his village. DHAKA – Tenth-grader Mosaddek Mandal Rahat never thought that he would be able to earn or become a successful entrepreneur at a very young age. The 16-year-old schoolboy from Faridpur Sadar upazila now earns at least Tk 80,000 per month through fish farming. Initially, Rahat had no experience in any specific area or capital to start a venture. But what he had was a hobby and passion for nurturing it. [...]

Hobby of aquarium fish churning thousands for Bangladesh schoolboy2023-05-20T09:29:26+00:00

World’s Largest Free-Standing Aquarium Bursts


World’s largest free-standing aquarium bursts, leaving 1,500 exotic fish dead Etiam consectetur odio erat, quis mattis leo vestibulum non. Fusce ex ligula, tristique quis finibus sed, placerat sed libero. Phasellus convallis, sem ac tristique interdum, purus purus vehicula quam, ut fermentum sem orci in est. Aliquam leo purus, iaculis non condimentum hendrerit, vestibulum quis tortor. Vestibulum quis viverra felis. Vestibulum elementum magna ut diam placerat, in venenatis est egestas. Vivamus at libero auctor, ullamcorper libero condimentum, pellentesque nunc. In auctor dignissim tristique. Follow your instincts Aliquam fringilla molestie nisi ut porttitor. Maecenas viverra velit id cursus rhoncus. Mauris [...]

World’s Largest Free-Standing Aquarium Bursts2023-05-20T09:29:52+00:00

New study finds herbivore fish poo is bad for corals


Corallivore fish poo is good For a long time, it has been assumed that herbivores are good for coral reefs and corallivores are bad. Herbivores like surgeonfish and rabbitfish graze the algae which would otherwise overgrow, smother and outcompete corals, and a reef without herbivores is generally thought of as being in poor health. In contrast, coral-eating fish are thought to be bad for reefs, consuming coral tissue and weakening hard coral structures, with no mutual benefit to reefs at all (other than making coral sand.) But a group of university researchers from the United States analyzed the feces [...]

New study finds herbivore fish poo is bad for corals2023-05-20T09:30:37+00:00
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