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Issue: September 2009

Hemisorubim platyrhynchos: A More Manageable Shovelnose Catfish

Author: Seth Gibson

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Photographer: Aaron Norman
Monster cats can reach several feet in length and are almost impossible for home aquarists to keep, no matter how much they want to. A predatory-fish aficionado presents the perfect alternative, the shovelnose catfish, which looks like a monster and grows fairly large—but not impossibly so.



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