Shrimps Parade

Shrimp: Swimming animals, decapod "crustacean" which is classified in the order of Caridea. Shrimp also called as Caridina species which having most captivating color and body shape. They can live in schools and the funny fact is they can swim backwardly! The ornamental fish world trend nowadays has been moved into the fever of "aquascaping" and "nano tank" where Caridina species (shrimps) becoming one of the strongest composition that build those trends, and also this trend enlivened by some aquatic plants species in Indonesia. We provide you here with Caridinia species that captured from the wild and also from the breeding products. Please see all of our shrimp species below, just hover your cursor on the picture, and it will give you the best detail about the shrimps, and if you want to move to other picture, simply just clicking on one of the thumbnail and the big picture will change directly.

Greeny Aquatic

Aquatic Plants: plants that have adapted to living within aquatic environments. They are also referred to as hydrophytes or aquatic macrophytes. These plants require special adaptations for living submerged in water or at the water's surface. Aquatic plants can only grow in water or in soil that is permanently saturated with water. Please see some of our exotic aquatic plants below, just hover your cursor on the picture, and it will give you the best detail about the plant, and if you want to move to other picture, simply just clicking on one of the thumbnail and the big picture will change directly.

Tropical Splashes

Tropical Fish: include fish found in tropical environments around the world, including both freshwater and salt water species. Tropical fish are popular as aquarium fish, due to their often bright coloration. In freshwater fish, this coloration typically derives from iridescence, while salt water fish are generally pigmented. Please see some of our exotic freshwater fishes below, just hover your cursor on the picture, and it will give you the best detail about the fish, and if you want to move to other picture, simply just clicking on one of the thumbnail and the big picture will change directly.

Hard Shell Parade

Invertebrate: An animal that has no backbone or spinal column and therefore does not belong to the subphylum Vertebrata of the phylum Chordata. Most animals are invertebrates. Corals, insects, worms, jellyfish, starfish, and snails are invertebrates. Please see some of our exotic invertebrates below, just hover your cursor on the picture, and it will give you the best detail about the invertebrate, and if you want to move to other picture, simply just clicking on one of the thumbnail and the big picture will change directly.