Predatory tropical fish UK

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Welcome to the Wildwoods online TFF shop. The latest fish stock we have for online ordering is listed below. Click on a stock item for full details and to buy your fish now. Remember we have thousands of other fish not yet listed so if you are looking for something in particular, please contact us direct. Order BEFORE 12.30 to ARRIVE BEFORE 12.30 the following day. (Excl.Scotland which is 4.00pm) There are no deliveries on Sunday & Monday. Saturday deliveries are possible but carry a surcharge imposed by the courier (Sorry no Saturday deliveries to Scotland)

Before you place an order with Wildwoods, please consider the following:

Many of our fishes are rare or may have very specific requirements, please do not order fish unless you are certain that you are able to look after them correctly and house them appropriately when they are adult. Please do not order too many fishes at once and ensure that your aquarium is fully matured before adding new arrivals. Please ensure that the fishes that you purchase are compatible with each other or with your existing livestock as we are unable to exchange them after purchase. Wildwoods award winning Fish House has been supplying the UK hobbyist for more than thirty years; we care about our fish and will only supply stock that we believe to be in top condition and fit to travel. At this time Wildwoods only ship freshwater tropical and temperate livestock; not marines.


Warm water ocean fish becoming toxic

2010-04-13 09:09:57 by generalhospital

Fish Tale
NY Times By LISA SANDERS, M.D. Published: April 5, 2010
“…Ciguatera poisoning comes from eating fish that has been contaminated with a toxin produced by an organism that grows on reef algae in some infested tropical waters. Because the toxin is stored in fat, it’s concentration increases as it moves up the food chain from the little fish who eat the tainted algae to the larger, predatory fish, like shark, snapper, grouper and barracuda, and from there to the human consumer. Unlike most other causes of food poisoning, this toxin is colorless and odorless and isn’t destroyed by cooking


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