[youtube width=”680″ height=”525″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVNvcbQzvqE[/youtube]
It’s no secret that we have a healthy obsession with Apolemichthys kingi, the Tiger Angelfish: we love tiger angelfish in ponds, in reef tanks and now in a quarantine tank eating like a pig. Feast your eyes on this magnificent tiger angelfish which is eating pellets, popping rapid-fire bites at some home made pelleted foods.
We are told that the tiger angelfish has been conditioned for quite a while prior to the production of this video, that the quarantine tank is being maintained at 24C/75F and that the specimen is about 8 inches long. Their limited range, difficulty in feeding and need for cool water makes the Tiger Angelfish a poor choice for most aquariums, not to mention that the fish is almost never exported from South Africa.