BAM of the Week – Safia Valley

BIOTOPE AQUARIUM MODEL – Rainbowfishes and Blueyes

Pseudomugil furcatus, Safia Valley River, Papua New Guinea. ©BAP, photo H.-J. Richter

The tradition and cultures of the tribe living in the Safia Valley, completely isolated at the time, had not changed for thousands of years, but today most rivers and streams have become muddied and polluted, killing fish stocks everywhere

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  • substrate description
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  • surrounding area

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