Saturday, April 30, 2016


Giant Arapaima Fish From Plosokuning Sleman Yogyakarta

Some time ago, the people of Indonesia, precisely in the area of ​​Yogyakarta in appalling with a civilian who owns and maintains a large arapaima fish. Here, this Araphaima fish, one of which contained and maintained by a resident, in Ploso Kuning, Sleman, Yogyakarta. Ploso Kuning area is the area that lies to the north of Yogyakarta and still enter in the district of Sleman. To get to the place terasebut easy enough, because of its geographical location directly adjacent to the city of Yogyakarta. In addition there is an agrarian society, many fish farmers are farmers. Besides that there are boarding schools that have long existed, because there are also the old mosque, relics of the kingdom of Yogyakarta, as a symbol of the limits of his powers, namely Masjid Pathok Negoro Ploso Kuning.

Back to Arapaima fish in the Ploso Kuning, because of its large size, then the main attraction for the visitors who saw it. Arapaima fish, pirarucu, or paiche (Arapaima gigas) is the largest freshwater fish in the world that comes from the waters of the tropical regions of South America. Arapaima fish can grow up to 3 meters and weigh 200 kilograms. There is now very rare there arapaima measuring more than two meters because these fish are often arrested for residents consumed or exported to other countries. The owners of these fish have long to maintain it from small to large, as exposed by private TV stations in Indonesia some time ago.

The presence of large fish in Ploso Yellow such, it may provide their own entertainment to people who are nearby, which previously had never seen, except when it never came to the zoo Gembira Loka, it will be able to also see the type of fish, which was accidentally imported from amazon South America, to be a collection and spectacle for visitors to the zoo. then when you people around Yogya and other regions that are still close from there, when you come to Yogya some point, there is nothing wrong if you visit existence arapaima fish in the Ploso Kuning or in Gembira Loka zoo.