Breeding zebra finches

Zebra finches Zebra finches are lovable Birds which are easy too breed,male beak identified with dark orange and female beak with light orange..
White zebra finches
nest box
breeding age of zebra finches after 4months are recommended for breeding....
Provide nest box while breeding time and provide nesting material such as coconut fibre,straw or cotton....after that they will start to breed provide healthy feed while breeding time such as sprouts,millets,crushed eggs,paddy and veggies...after mating they will start lay egg after 7 to 10 days...they will lay daily one egg upto 5 to 8 eggs in a clutch...after 14days of period egg will start to hatch....thier parents will feed them whole will takes 28days for fledgling chicks...after that chicks will start to take feed by themselves...

Blood parrot


Golden Arowana's


Tiger oscar


Red devil



Common Name: Angelfish
Scientific Name: Pterophyllum scalare
Wild Distribution: Tributaries and basins. South America
Length: Up to 6 inches
Water Temperature: 74 to 83f

If you are an avid fish breeder, you know what the angelfish is all about. If not, boy are you missing out! I can't think of anything much more rewarding than a prized pair of angelfish with their young. This fish teeters a hobbyist into a new realm of fish keeping. 
Over the years, angelfish have taken many faces. Like the fancy guppy, they have jogged the genetic trail: silvers, marbles, gold marbles, leopards, blushers - the list goes on and on. For this reason it is difficult to give you a description. 
Angelfish are from the cichlid family and can be very aggressive at times. Experience will tell you that there is a time and a place for angelfish in the community tank. As with most large fish, angels develop a personality. There's no comparing one to the next. Males and females are distinguishabl…

Parrot Cichlid

Blood Red Parrot Cichlid, a Hybrid Cichlid The Blood Red Parrot cichlid is an odd ball man made Hybrid that has stirred quite a bit of controversy in the fish world but has gained a huge popularity with many. Whether you approve of hybrid fish or not, these wonderful Blood Red Parrot Cichlids are here to stay. They are very compatable for a community tank as they are peaceful, curious and they interact well with their fish keepers once they get to know you. Blood Red Parrot fish should not be confused with the true Parrot Cichlid (Hoplarchus Psittacus) or the Salt Water Parrot (Callyodon Fasciatus). When choosing Blood Red Parrot fish you will notice that the baby Parrots are very dark with stripes. As they start to grow they change color quickly from dark to a mottled black and orange to a true solid Orange. This happens very quickly within the first four months. Parrot Cichlid History First created in Tiawan in the 1980's the Blood Red Parrot Cichlid was believed to…