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    About Barbel
    The Barbel is a large European member of the carp family. The Barbel is a long, strong looking fish with a broad tail and large fins. The body of this fish is heart shaped in a cross sectin and the belly flattened. As the shape of the body shows this fish is a bottom living species, living for the most part on the bottoms of fast moving rivers. The Barbel feeds on small fish, worms, crustaceans, elvers, lampreys, insects and molluscs. The mouth of this fish has four large, long barbules and a down-turned gape. The Barbel uses it mouth like a siphon, the barbules being used to feel for food in the mud and silt.

    The Barbel have strong pharynegeal teeth (throat teeth) which they use to crush mussels, snail shells and crayfish. The Barbel breed in the early spring, and the eggs being shed in the weeds that grow in the gravel shallows. The eggs which are yellowy, transluscent hatch in 12-14 days. The newly hatched fish are called frys and they hide in the stones and weed, feeding initially on tiny insects and algae.

    Bowfin Fish

    About Bowfin Fish
    The bowfin is the last remaining fish of a once prolific family whose fossils have been unearthed in Europe and North America. This fish likes quiet water. They eat frogs, crayfish as well as dead fish. Younger specimens also feed on aquatic insects. The Bowfin is long and thick set with a squat head and large mouth filled with sharp teeth, and the bowfin looks very much like a predator. It has a long dorsal fin and a large tail which gives it a hunting speed. Internally it has a unique swim bladder that acts like a lung. This will let them live and thrive in water with a low oxygen level.

    The bowfin breed in the late spring. The eggs are laid in a nest that is built by the male fish. And usually 3 or more female will lay their eggs in the same nest. The eggs will hatch in 8 to 10 days. The male will stand guard over the eggs during the incubation period and for a time after they hatch. And after they have hatch the young spend 9-10 days in the weed next to the nest.

    The color of the bowfin: In overall color the bowfin is a drab mottled brown. It has a noticeable dark spot on the base of the tail. In the male this is ringed in orange/yellow.

    Bronze Bream

    About Bronze Bream
    The bronze bream has the deepest and laterally compressed body of all the British and European freshwater species. They produce a thick body mucus that acts as a species. The bream tend to travel and feed in large packs. It usually swims together with the same age fish in groups and as time passes natural predation causes the shoal size to decrease until it consists of only six or seven hugh fish. This usually happens in the final years of the fishes lives.

    Bream spawn in the late spring, with the eggs being shed in shallow, weed infested water and once hatched, bream fry hide and feed in the weeds until they grow large enough to go out into deeper water where it can take care of their own needs. Essentially a botton feeding species, bream feed on worms, bloodworms, and various nymphs and caddis larvae. Bream shoals often give away their position by rolling playfully as just before a feeding spree.

    The Bronze Bream body color varies in color according to it\”s environment. Most common colour is deep bronze on the back, lighter bronze on the sides. The underparts are creamy white. Small bream are more silvery.

    Catfish (Wels)

    About Catfish (Wels)
    The Wels or Danubian catfish is the largest of the world”s 15 catfish familes. In the wild it can reach a length of 14.7 feet. This fish is an ugly fish with a long, tapering body and tiny, stunted tail. It”s head is huge and flattened. The mouth is large with strong rubbery lips and many small teeth. From the upper jaw there are two very long barbules and four smaller barbules that hang below the fish”s chin.

    The Wels Catfish was introduced to Britain approximately 100 years ago, with the first fish being stocked into Woburn Abbey lakes by the then Duke of Bedford.

    Wels lay eggs in the early spring, and the eggs are shed in marginal weed beds.

    It is a very active hunter. Much of its food consist of fish, but it will also take frogs, rats, small waterbirds and dead creatures. It is mainly a nocturnal species. This giant catfish spends most of the daylight hours in the dense weedbeds. Sometimes during hot, thundery weather it will indulge in a daylight feeding frenzy.

    The color of the Wels Catfish is normally a dark, mottled brown with yellow blotched sides and yellow white underparts. Albino catfish also occur.

    About Green Turtle

    The green turtle has a smooth shell. And their front legs move like wings when they move through the water. They are able to stay under the water for over 30 minutes without going to the surface to breathe.
    Their diet consists of seaweed and seagrass, which they break off with their sharp-edged jaws. When they nest on sandy beaches. They do so in the dark. The females lay about 100 eggs. And in about 3 months the baby turtles come to the surface and find their way to the ocean.
    Beluga or White whale

    About Beluga or White whale
    The beluga whale is the only whale in the world with creamy white skin. They have a rounded head and a beak like mouth with up to 40 teeth. They find their food mostly by echolocation and some sight. The females begin to breed when they are seven years old, and have one calf every three years after that.