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|Long Description||Catfish are among the most popular aquarium species. Written by a recognized authority on the subject, this up-to-date guide features more than 100 varieties of catfish, including new species that have entered the hobby in recent years, and covers topics essential to catfish keepers such as feeding, water requirements, species, diseases, and breeding. The full-color photos, sidebars, charts, and tip boxes illustrate key points and nicely compliment the informative text.|
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