The waterways of the state of Florida are really an interesting biotope as various different species of wildlife both flora and fauna inhabit this region of the world. However through introduction of invasive species into many of the water ways around the world it has also happened in this region. The Under The Sea Radio Show is taking an interesting look into how this has affected this biotope and what species that are endemic to this area are kept by aquarists.
The Invasive Species known as the Walking Catfish (Clarias batrachus)
On Sunday September 23rd 2012 at 10 PM EST, 9 PM CST, 7 PM PST
The Biotope Aquarium Series is going to be taken an interesting look at the Florida Waterways in regards to our program. Mr Ray Owczarzak will be on the show discussing how these natural water ways have been affected by the introduction of invasive species and what species of this area in the United States are kept in both public and private aquariums.
There is some really interesting information on the show on the website located at
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