1. Redtail Catfish (Phractocephalus hemioliopterus) / Tiger Shovelnose Catfish (Phseudoplatystoma Faciatium) – I’d say easily the most popular Monster fish for Aquariums. These guys both get huge, over 4′ and 100lbs. The Hybrids also get just as large, often called RTC/TSN Hybrid. Make no mistake, the hybrids are all man made not wild caught. There are numerous Tiger Shovelnose species that have varying patterns. Some of those may be called Hybrids by mistake. Unless you’ve got a pond leave these guys alone, try a smaller species. There are plenty of them such as Raphael catfish and Pictus Catfish.
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Once again in terms of cost, PetPlaygrounds emerges as the best dog fence. Not only is the initial cost of this product lower than most other options but also it needs little by way of maintenance. So, once it is installed, you will have little to worry about for the next couple of years.
For example, it can cost at least $350 to repair a wooden or chain link fence, depending on the extent of damage. In contrast, with PetPlaygrounds, you get enough extra material to fix any issues on your own without the extra cost. As far as the upfront expense goes, coverage over 100 linear feet, with a 4′ fence and one 5′ X 4′ gate would cost you this much: