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Found in a lake near the Urariá River, the solid color and the highlighted bar are the characteristics that make the center bar a very special wild fish.
This red discus has as its main characteristic the strong and solid color, a fish with great prominence captured in the Paraconi region, quality red fish.
The royal is one of the wild discus but known in the world, it is an incredible type of fish, its combination of colors and lines is fantastic, regardless of color or region, it is a fish desired by all people who love the wild discus!
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This wild disc is undoubtedly one of the most popular fish in the world, one of the different types of green disc that we find in Tefé. Full Red Spotted is a highlight and a sales champion. It is a simply fantastic fish!
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Artisanal fishing is characterized mainly by family labor, a practice quite common in the Amazon region, since 2001 Aqua Fish is committed to capturing the best wild fish in the region.
The Amazon has a wide variety of wild discus, because it is the largest river basin in the world with 4 million square kilometers in extent has several rivers and lakes. be the shape, color or size, each region presents different and special wild discus.
Tefé is a municipality located in the state of Amazonas, Brazil. Its territorial area is 23,808 square kilometers, being the forty-eighth largest municipality in Brazil in area and twenty-third in the Amazon.
It is distant 523 kilometers of Manaus, capital of the state, and 2 304 kilometers of Brasília, national capital.
The Paraná do Urariá is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a side channel that connects the Madeira River (via the short Paraná do Canumã) and Amazonas River (via Paraná do Ramos). The Maués Açu, Apoquitaua, Paraconi
Abacaxis and Canumã Rivers all flow into the Paraná do Urariá.